An Interesting View of Masculinity

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Feminized and passive men don’t solve problems. There are men in this world committing rape, murder, and all kinds of wickedness. When a man is feminized, he becomes passive and won’t stop those who are doing evil things. Feminized men are passive men, and passive men don’t draw lines in the sand, won’t stand up for principles, and won’t protect, provide, and defend those who need it most.
But masculine men will stop evil men from committing evil. The same traits that supposedly make men “toxic” – warmongering, colonialism, and greediness – also make men courageous enough to stop evil men from doing evil things.
As Allie Stuckey once said, “we don’t need less masculinity, we need better masculinity.” This world doesn’t need feminized, passive men. This world needs better men, braver men. It needs good men who will stand up against men of evil intent and declare, “This is the line in the sand. and you will go no further.”
We don’t need less masculinity. We need more.

Interesting view.
Of course the feminists and the Cultural Left themselves will hate this because they hate nothing more than masculinity, heterosexuality, and men. I would add Whites but they are not important to this argument. T
The hatred of the three things above is because intersectional 3rd Wave feminism is an integral part of the modern Cultural Left, and 3rd Wave feminism hates masculinity.
It doesn’t hate heterosexuality and men nearly as much as 2nd Wavers do, but the insane #metoo consent insanity that they put in seems to be an effort to put a halt to all heterosexual sex, although they don’t realize that. The #metoo, consent, sexual harassment, exploding rape definition insanity was actually put in by radical feminists in an effort to slow down or stop heterosexual sex as much as they could by making a lot of it illegal.
Sexual harassment theory was created by Katharine McKinnnon and Andrea Dworkin, two of the most psychotic, manhating bitches who ever lived.
Dworkin’s opinion was that all PIV sex was rape, and this  criminalizing of a lot of normal heterosexual flirtation, dating, and sex was an effort on her part to put theory into practice.
It was McKinnon who expanded quid pro quo sexual harassment – a legitimate area of law – into hostile workplace insanity, an ever ill-defined and undefinable standard that has exploded the workplace and much of public space for that matter, as everything down to lingering looks is criticized as a form of sexual harassment, violence, and rape.
3rd Wavers have mixed feelings about men. The man-hatred is still there, but it’s in the background. As I said in an earlier post, 3rd Wave man-hatred can’t go too far because 3rd Wavers like dick too much, so it only goes too deep. They want to hate men on some level, but there is that raging sex drive now kindled by porn culture that keeps driving them back to us. And they do love men on that level – a love and sex level.
This sort of ambivalence towards men is actually typical of straight women period, but it is much less strongly expressed in most straight women, who tend to voice puzzled frustration with men more than out and out hatred for them.
I hardly ever encounter out and out man-hatred in any women I date. I would add that if you are dating a man-hater, watch out. No matter how much she likes or loves you and sex, that man-hatred is always going throw a monkey wrench into your relationship. You won’t have a stable relationship as long as she has that poison in her brain. How many women have good relationships with misogynists? Well, it’s the same thing when it’s the other way around.
About the theory above, I like it, but I fear that it will be abused by sadistic, BD/SM, sociopathic misogynists who seem to be increasing in number nowadays. Sadly, more and more women, especially young women, seem to enjoying and even preferring these psycho men. This trend really has me worried.

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2 thoughts on “An Interesting View of Masculinity”

  1. I was accused of being passive in my early years of high school, gay – all that. However, I wasn’t a coward. There simply wasn’t any lines to draw in the sand at that school. In fact, if there were any guys acting masculine – more than not – they were either class clowns or bullies.
    But anyway, class clowns, bullies (assuming they haven’t pushed too many buttons) are loved in Appalachia schools – pussies are not, lol. But I was never a coward, I’m just very shy, sitting alone – but that marks you as a target in those cultures.

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