The Threat of Male Masculinity

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A reader tipped me off today that “male masculinity is actually a huge issue.” I guess female masculinity is okay, though.

Male masculinity is a big promble because it’s tied to “masculine ideologies,” whatever they are. “Scholars” say so. And interllecturals at collidge. It’s such a terrible problem that Princeton University, this summer, was looking to hire a certified clinician as a “men’s engagement manager” because apparently male or masculine behavior is a medical or psychological affliction.

Why worry? Aren’t our education establishment, Hollywood, activists of every description, and the nooze media doing absolutely everything they can to weed out every kind of masculinity? If any can still be found, it won’t be for want of trying on their part.

Except, of course, that portion of really aggressive macho man crap that will always be reserved for king-sized Democrat donors, Hollywood big shots who haven’t been publicly exposed, and musclebound idiot football players who act like caricatures of lesbians but are useful when it comes to keeping the peasants entertained: someone has to provide the bread and circuses. Those few will still be allowed the luxury of behaving like male impersonators. All the rest of us XY-chromosome types will be expected to–I don’t know: act like girls?

I wonder how many men had to die on the beach on D-Day for the Real Smart People of today to prattle about the dangers of male masculinity?

And I wonder if any of the Western nations, as Western nations are today, could have survived more than a few days of World War II.

God created male and female.

We create pure drivel.

11 comments on “The Threat of Male Masculinity

  1. You have to wonder how western thinking got so screwed up. We have had so much, but are squandering it away.

    1. Sure . . . and while you’re at it, dump a bunch of cooking oil down the barrel so your chicken nuggets will fry concurrently. Idiocy is sometimes just too hilarious to ignore.

    2. I’m sure you’re right, Lee. I just found it hilarious either way 🙂 – especially after the shot – for a supposed tough guy, he was awfully worried about what his mother was going to say lol

  2. Maybe the “men’s engagement manager” is to help men pick out engagement rings and tutor them on how to talk to their prospective in-laws? 🙂

  3. This kind of stuff really makes me wonder what on earth my dad and granddad would have done if they had lived to see this… or any of my older uncles, for that matter (or the women in the family). This is too incredible to wrap my mind around. Heaven help us without masculine men …no, I don’t even want to think about it.

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