Alex Pareene wrote this:
Sex, dating, clothes, relationships, politics, sex, women—men have opinions about all of these things. And yet, there’s nowhere on the internet where you can go to read them. That changes today. Welcome to The Cuck, a pop-up, bespoke men’s site, for men.
The Cuck is a site dedicated to exploring modern masculinity in all its myriad forms, and over the next few days or until it is apparent that we have not been able to attract a really loaded sponsor (P&G please call us back), you’ll hear from some of the most thoughtful men—and non-men—working in media (Gawker Media, specifically) today.
What differentiates The Cuck from all those other men’s interest sites out there? We like to think it’s our emphasis on not being Bad. Unlike other men’s interest sites, The Cuck will not write about watches—unless there is a really good watch we want to write about, obviously, in which case, we’ll do a post about watches. There won’t be any gross, objectifying stories about female celebrities, either—just stories that celebrate them for saying smart things in interviews or appearing in Paul Feig movies, that also might occasionally mention how they look, in a complimentary way.
But mostly, lots and lots of personal essays, which women have really cornered the market on lately, have you noticed? It seems like it’s about time for some men to also do those!
Okay. Just one teensy problem.
What the fuck does Alex Pareene know about masculinity?
This is Alex:
Can’t you just feel the testosterone oozing from his pores? Women want to be with him. Men want to be like him.
Alex Pareene is the epitome of the Pajama Boy generation – gelded beta-males who were raised by feminists. The end product of the pussification of the American male.
They are proud to be emasculated.
“Cuck” is short for both “cuckoo” and “cuckold.” Either one is apt.
John Wayne must be spinning in his grave.