I understand why masculinity is under attack because I used to attack it. I once rejected all things masculine because I was bitter that I couldn’t be a protector or leader. I let my jealousy of strong men turn into hatred and resentment. It was a miserable way to live.
— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) January 16, 2019
Masculinity is inextricably linked to competence, not virtue. https://t.co/xfBtXchf7V
— D?? (@DaxPilled) April 21, 2019
It’s fucking sad society is so messed up that young men have to learn healthy masculinity from random men on the internet rather than from their family, immediate relatives or school teachers
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It’s a testament to the notion that society is failing our boys and needs to do better.
— ???? IM ???? (@TellYourSonThis) January 9, 2019
If masculinity were truly toxic, then kids growing up without dads would presumably be better off than those who have them. But, they’re not: they tend to be more depressed, aggressive & criminal. Truth is: we need more masculinity in society, not less.–> https://t.co/d14nR3f2ED
— Allie Beth Stuckey (@conservmillen) March 9, 2018
“Society can’t make up its mind about men
Having spent the last 40 years redefining masculinity into something more sensitive,
safe, manageable, and Feminine
It now berates Men for being Men.
-Where are all the real men?
You asked them to be WOMEN”
— Alexander J.A Cortes (@AJA_Cortes) August 12, 2019
Man: Makes and honors commitments to a business, his family, his gym, the military, his church, his friends.
Hesitant to get married in today’s social structure.
Woman: “Comitophobic” men are all cowards! Reeee!
— Rollo Tomassi (@RationalMale) August 3, 2019
“How can I get a girl who hangs around millionaires if I’m broke?”
“How can I get a fitness chick whose every single ex was a body-builder if I’m fat?”
— tddaygame (@tddaygame) December 27, 2018
When Men lack Constructive things to do,
They turn to Destructive things.
— Fateh Singh (@fatehshernu) February 8, 2019
Sadly, I’d guess that more guys would fight the return of a patriarchy than women.
The idea of having to actually lead a family, make hard decisions, and be a man worth following is terrifying to a culture of masturbatory LARPers who only want as much comfort as they can get.
— Tanner Guzy (@tannerguzy) July 2, 2019
A lot of men watch Braveheart & think, I’d be like William Wallace.
Many of these men had kids & not once did they think of volunteering to lead a Scout Troop, coach a sports team, or create a tribe.
Contrary to movies, leadership isn’t easy for those who’ve never led.
— Hunter Drew (@HunterDrewTFA) April 30, 2019