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Terry Crews reveals how he rose above ‘cult’ of toxic masculinity

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Athlete turned actor and activist Terry Crews tells Megyn Kelly TODAY how therapy and writing a book helped him overcome an addiction to internet pornography as well as other traits of “toxic masculinity” that he was raised believing in. “Masculinity can be a cult,” he says.