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Category Archives: Toxic Masculinity
Meet the sexist tools of everyday carry.
Steven T. Wright at Vox.com is troubled that there is a community of men talking about manly things. From Meet the men obsessed with carrying all the right stuff The Boy Scouts in particular have been praised and criticized in equal … Continue reading
Trump and toxic masculinity.
The LA Review of Books has a hilarious article on toxic masculinity titled World War II’s Poisonous Masculine Legacy. The problem with World War II, according to the book, is a generation of men fought in the war and then … Continue reading
Courtesy of Instapundit, Jim Treacher explains that Some Critics Like Captain Marvel, and Some Critics Hate Women: I mean, did these morons see the same Captain Marvel I saw? (No, I haven’t seen it yet, and that’s hardly the point.) … Continue reading
Was chivalry the origin of Christian manhood?
In Why Chivalry Is the Catholic Solution to Toxic Masculinity John Horvat II teaches us that Christian manhood wasn’t invented until the Middle Ages. This would mean that for roughly the first 1,000 years after Christ, Christian men had no … Continue reading