The least masculine society…

I’m sure everyone has seen Babylon Bee’s Least Masculine Society In Human History Decides Masculinity Is A Growing Threat:

U.S.—As society becomes increasingly dominated by nerds, hipsters, and computer programmers, people have fixated on what they think is our biggest problem: masculinity.

“It’s just toxic and causes nothing but problems,” said Elisha Mcewen, a vegan activist and no threat whatsoever to spiders or tight jar lids. “I was sharing my feelings on masculinity with other men in my drum circle, and we all agreed that if we ever encountered masculinity, we would run far away.”

Masculinity is said to have in the past been the cause of such things as violence, war, bullying, defeating the Nazis, carving society out of untamed wilderness, and landing men on the moon, but now masculinity is being driven out of society to make sure nothing like those things ever happens again. However, there are reports that masculinity still lurks out there, which is a source of anxiety to modern men and causes them to have upset tummies.

“I am just so worried that somewhere out there someone is still knowingly producing testosterone,” said Wyatt Lockhart, a Twitch streamer who had never thrown a punch outside of a video game. “I constantly have to find a safe place to calm down just thinking about it.”

It’s funny but sadly true satire (in response to the APA). The real crazy part is that I’ve seen this on facebook on non-Christian friend’s walls. It’s growing and it’s getting more and more obvious even with people’s blinders.

Maybe the Misandry Bubble will pop in 2020 like Singularity predicted… or perhaps it will get worse for another several years before it does. Crazy good prediction by them.

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3 Responses to The least masculine society…

  1. purge187 says:

    The God-given biological “imperative” that we have as men will always get in the way of any long-term movement against Feminism, in my opinion. The best we can hope for are small victories along the way, like the Kavanaugh fiasco.

  2. Novaseeker says:

    I think what we have in the US currently is a hodge-podge.

    Certainly among the highly educated, there has been a feminizing of men taking place over the past several decades. The culture of highly educated men is generally deeply unmasculine today.

    At the same time, men in rural areas, men who are less educated, and non-whites have often not trended away from masculinity in the same ways as the highly-educated set has. It may be that some (many) of them have become less responsible in various ways, but it isn’t that they present as less masculine.

    It’s one of those contradictions about the country and society. It’s similar to weight. As the country overall slides ever further into obesity, the highly educated upper middle class is healthier than any social segment has ever been, such that if you live in certain bubbles you really don’t see obese people in your social set, even though the country as a whole is trending that way. We live in a nation of bubbles today.

  3. northernobserver says:

    The new APA guidelines regarding “masculinity disorder”, which is really what they are peddling, were are thunderclap of revelation for me. Femininity and many women in the Western World have become pathological. And it the refusal the face the pathology of their own behaviors that is driving them to scapegoat traditional men and traditional male virtues. The bitter childless cat ladies of tomorrow are doubling down. Let them. The wheat is definitely being sorter from the chafe here.

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