Help Stamp Out Masculinity!

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Why do Leftists hate men?

‘Boys are broken’: Comedian Michael Ian Black nails why ‘rigid masculinity’ is ‘killing us’ in the wake of Florida massacre

Comedian Michael Ian Black had a powerful statement in response to the latest school shooting to shock America.

“Deeper even than the gun problem is this: boys are broken,” Black tweeted. “Until we fix men, we need to fix the gun problem.”

“The last 50 years redefined womanhood: women were taught they can be anything. No commensurate movement for men who are still generally locked into the same rigid, outdated model of masculinity and it’s killing us,” he continued.

“If you want to hurt a man, the first thing you do is attack his masculinity. Men don’t have the language to understand masculinity as anything other than some version of a caveman because no language exists,” he noted. “The language of masculinity is hopelessly entwined with sexuality, and the language of sexuality in hopelessly entwined with power, agency, and self-worth.”

“So men (and boys before that) don’t have language for modes of expression that don’t readily conform to traditional standards. To step outside those norms is to take a risk most of us are afraid to take. As a result, a lot of guys spend their lives terrified,” Black suggested. “We’re terrified of being viewed as something other than men. We know ourselves to be men, but don’t know how to be our whole selves. A lot of us (me included) either shut off or experience deep shame or rage. Or all three. Again: men are terrified.”

“Even talking about this topic invites ridicule because it’s so scary for most men (and women). Men are adrift and nobody is talking about it and nobody’s doing anything about it and it’s killing us,” he concluded.


Unfunny comedian – check
Failed wannabe celebrity – check
Wimpy beta-male – check

Yeah, I really want this guy defining masculinity for me.

This first thing we need to do is get rid of the cockamamie notion that there is something wrong with having a penis. It’s no wonder that we have so many prepubescent trannies these days.

Masculinity is normal and natural. When you repress normality you get abnormality. Imagine if you never allowed a puppy to run and play and you just kept him cooped up all the time. Don’t allow him to bark. I can pretty much guarantee you’re gonna have a fucked up dog.

“We’re a generation of men raised by women. I’m wondering if another woman is really the answer we need.” – Tyler Durden


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118 Responses to Help Stamp Out Masculinity!

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

  2. Hey, there is nothing wrong with having a penis. In fact, whoever said dog is man’s best friend was an idiot. My best friend hangs between my legs.

    You incited my anger with this post. Good one.

  3. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • swanspirit says:

      The “internet” aka YouTube, can find you to target ads on every other fricken page you visit, email you incessantly, and even send you spam snail mail and PHONE CALLS, but the FBI cannot?
      They were too busy targeting Republicans, especially President Trump, his family, friends, acquaintances, business associates, everyone who worked on his campaign, everyone who works in his administration, anyone who stayed in his hotels etc.
      This is enough to make your blood boil. How many of these future mass killers have they missed? So many, it boggles the mind.

  4. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • SHV says:

      Hearst, Pulitzer, “Remember the Maine”, Yellow Journalism….”Weapons of Mass Destruction”….Trump is a Russian Nazi…Journalists doing their part for a healthy
      Democracy and a strong Republic.

  5. Miranda says:

    Masculinity and femininity are created and endorsed by society. It’s impossible to document exactly what behaviors are inborn because no one lives in a void, and males and females are rewarded for different behaviors, starting at birth.

    I strongly believe that a lot of children who are labeled transsexual are the result of mommy bloggers who can’t stand that they have a normal male child. The need something special, and they wanted a girl.

    It’s almost always forgotten that children are actual people with distinct personalities. They’re shoved in the box for boys or for girls and all future interactions are based off that initial pigeonhole.

    All kids need the opportunity to run and play. Equally, all kids need to be taught self-discipline and how to interact. A decent, responsible human being should be the goal.

  6. helenk3 says:

    what ever happened to the old idea that men and women stood side by side, not one behind and one in front? I always thought that was feminists wanted. A partnership with both sides being equal. one strong in some things the other strong in different things to make the partnership strong. the women I know do not want or need a weak man. they need an strong understanding man, same as I think a man wants a strong understand woman. Both working together can accomplish a whole lot more than one working to belittle the other.

    just my opinion

  7. Lulu says:

    What’s with Black’s grandma haircut? Note: I have big Texas grandma hair fiberglassed and dyed to a high sheen and very classy. Doesn’t he look like Minnesota grandma at bingo night after a drip-dry? And these people make fun of others. For shame!

    • mcnorman says:

      IMHO adopting at 48 was a big mistake. Father dies early on and leaves his mother to handle him. We don’t know if there were lurking unknown developmental issues. The fact that the only living relatives refused to take this kid in after the mother died says a lot.

    • Lulu says:

      And everyone and their dog including the FBI were notified that he was “off”, dangerous, etc. It all circles back to the fact that if any kind of intervention is done the ACLU, etc will sue alleges that the dangerous person’s rights are being violated but at the same time screaming, suing that guns are dangerous. We are to be at the crazy people’s mercy because their rights are greater than ours due to the perversion of our legal system.

      • I don’t think it’s that bad. He could have been involuntarily committed. We do have a mechanism for that. But with no one able to request it after the mom died other than authorities, and a school full of ostriches… i think EMs comment below about cultural fear resonates. I don’t know. Maybe it’s both…

        • taw46 says:

          But even Mom had never requested it (that we know at this time) when she died last November. He is 19, and it appears behavior problems started when he was at least 7 yrs old.

          • You wouldn’t find out if she did unless someone illegally leaked it since those records are highly confidential. And if she didn’t, she may not have had cause. It appears her unexpected death was a trigger.

        • mcnorman says:

          There were several places where intervention should have happened. Mom was an apologist for the kid’s behavior. Fetal alcohol syndrome sounds fair. Another thing that cropped up…was this one of those Russian baby adoptions? Whatever the problem, adoptive children or biological can have developmental issues that crop up whenever. I don’t think that mother had resources other than placing him in different private schools. Stated many times they were a handful. Yes, you have the Baker Act in Florida. Would she have committed the kid prior to turning adult? I don’t think she would have. I think she was treading water. Sad that the kid decompensated after her death. Could be that he was no longer managed as in meds.

          • I doubt it was a foreign adoption as they were adopted, or at least placed, at birth. Foreign adoptions usually happen later. At-birth adoptions are usually private contractual or placement in a pre-adoptive home of drug-affected newborn / or afterborn in an existing CPS case. I suspect this is the latter because Nikolas and his brother Zachary are not twins and were both placed from birth in this home. It just smells to me, but it could be implicit bias because I work in that field.

        • mcnorman says:

          Goal of all schools is to turf the problem. I can see the lawsuits coming fast and furious over this. The county will pay.

    • Adoption of natural siblings at birth of each sounds like a foster care issue. I’d like to see those records. The article says the boy was diagnosed with autism, but his features suggest fetal alcohol syndrome. Either present with significant behavioral issues, but FAS tends to be irredeemable. They generally end institutionalized or incarcerated. It’s very difficult to diagnose until they are much older, so early intervention is rare. Damn shame the mom died. She was apparently the only check on him. I’d keep an eye on the other boy now.

  8. elliesmom says:

    I think a lot of what’s behind our problems today is we live in a culture of fear. Although stranger abductions and molestation are actually very rare, kids aren’t allowed out to play because parents are afraid they’ll never see their kids again. My mom used to kid about how our getting kidnapped for a few days would be a vacation for her. Playground equipment has been rendered so “safe” no one over 3 wants to play on it. Kids don’t have “school clothes” and “play clothes” anymore because they don’t do anything that would destroy their clothes anymore. I read the first version of this book after Columbine. I haven’t read this updated version, but I don’t think much has changed. https://www.amazon.com/Culture-Fear-Americans-Minorities-Microbes/dp/0465003362/ref=dp_ob_title_bk

    • lyn says:

      That’s so true. When I was 12, we rode our stingrays on a 20-mile round trip from Missoula to Lolo. We wore no helmets, and the highway was busy with semis and traffic. I don’t think we told our parents what we were doing.

      • taw46 says:

        I did live in a small town where we all knew one another, but same here. We did a lot of things our parents never knew about, we had no fear. I feel sorry for kids today.

    • John Denney says:

      I cliff dived after midnight on a moonless, dark night into an abandoned quarry that had filled with water.

  9. Lulu says:

    Was nothing done with all of the many, many clues of his instability because this disturbed boy was a minority? Would intervention been considered “racist” or culturally insensitive?

  10. John Denney says:

    Righteous Rant by Wictor. The school knew and did nothing, and now casts blame. He gives personal examples of readiness.

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/964017961668198407.html

    • swanspirit says:

      I used to live in Baltimore. At one time, you could go out to the reservoir, Loch Raven Dam, and have a lovely picnic. Eventually, there was too much debris on the ground to go barefoot, including broken glass.
      I was there one day, and watched a woman drive up, let a bunch of young children out of the car, spread a blanket on the ground, and let the kids take their shoes off and run around.
      I told her, there was broken glass , but she pooh poohed me, and essentially stayed in her little fantasy picnic bubble. OF COURSE, one of the kids turned up crying with a bloody foot.
      I would have liked to wing a baseball bat at her head.
      It’s called future orientation, or the logical outcome of circumstances. Some people have it, some people don’t want it.

  11. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Wearing white to her wedding is the funniest skit she’s ever done.

  12. taw46 says:

  13. Dora says:

    Happened on this day.

    ===

    The Devastating Impact of the 1961 Plane Crash That Wiped Out the Entire U.S. Figure Skating Team

    On this day in 1961, the U.S. figure skating team was headed to the World Championships in Prague. They never made it.

    https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/1961-plane-crash-killed-us-figure-staking-team-headed-championships-180968171/

  14. Man, I’ve got coursework to do. Midterms are next week! But I can’t turn away from this train wreck. Maybe should go to the gym, clear my head.

  15. Here we go with everybody is a victim…

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  17. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I’m making spagagne (spuh-gone-ya) which is what you make when you want lasagne but you only have spaghetti pasta.

  18. Myiq2xu™ says:

  19. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      For a GOPer there is really no downside to avoiding CNN and MSNBC. The people who would hold it against them are never gonna vote for a Republican anyway.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Maybe they were honoring Myiq’s 48 Hour Rule ? 😉 Not a bad idea really, “facts” are continually changing and we’re only at the 24-hr point. Vegas is at 4 months.

  20. Myiq2xu™ says:

  21. Dora says:

  22. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      One of those “school shootings” included a local high school where a kid SOMEHOW managed to bring a gun into the school and kill himself. It made national news for about 15 minutes since he was the only one who died. I was a horrific local story.

  23. taw46 says:

    He purchased the gun legally. So much for wanting to keep guns out of the hands of the mentally ill, apparently he had never been reported.

  24. taw46 says:

    Once again, the media spreads a lie, no fact-checking for them, no siree. So it was all over social media that Cruz is a white supremacist. Law enforcement states that they have found NO connection.

  25. Myiq2xu™ says:

    WTF?

  26. Dora says:

    Evil doesn’t even cover it.

    ======

    Evil Liberals Hurl Insults to Father of Florida Shooting Victim — Because He’s a Trump Supporter!

    On Wednesday a man named Andrew Pollack was photographed searching for his daughter, Meadow.

    Thursday Pollack said, “she’s gone” after finding out his daughter was killed by mass shooter Nikolas Cruz.

    Evil liberals hurled insults to the grieving father simply because he’s a Trump supporter.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/02/evil-liberals-hurl-insults-father-florida-shooting-victim-hes-trump-supporter/

    • taw46 says:

      That is so upsetting. I saw that story yesterday when they were looking for their daughter. They had checked all of the hospitals.

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  30. John Denney says:

    Target rich environment. “A duel of wits with an unarmed man” springs to mind.

    Comedian Michael Ian Black had a powerful statement drivel in response to the latest school shooting to shock America.

    “Deeper even than the gun problem is this: boys are broken,” Black tweeted. “Until we fix men, we need to fix the gun problem.”

    [You go to the vet to be fixed first.]

    “If you want to hurt a man, the first thing you do is attack his masculinity. [Duh. Knee strike.] Men don’t have the language to understand masculinity as anything other than some version of a caveman because no language exists,”[Toxic evolutionary dogma] he noted. “The language of masculinity is hopelessly entwined with sexuality, and the language of sexuality in hopelessly entwined with power, agency, and self-worth.” [He’s obviously never read 1st Corinthians chapter 13]

    “So men (and boys before that) don’t have language for modes of expression that don’t readily conform to traditional standards. To step outside those norms is to take a risk most of us are afraid to take. [Most of you are cowards? Why should I listen to you?]

    “Even talking about this topic invites ridicule because it’s so scary for most men (and women). Men are adrift and nobody is talking about it and nobody’s doing anything about it and it’s killing us,” he concluded.
    [I’m dying over here. 🙂 ]

  31. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • taw46 says:

      We are bringing people here illegally and paying them to become “immigrant rights advocates” so they can bring more illegals here? And I’m supposed to care what happens to him?

  32. John Denney says:

    There once was a gang member named Nicky Cruz. A man with courage named David Wilkerson turned him around.

  33. Dora says:

  34. DeniseVB says:

    I just love boys, don’t ever change you goofs ❤

  35. Dora says:

    Local law enforcement: No ties between militia and Florida high school shooter

    Local law enforcement sources have not found a connection between accused Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz and a Tallahassee-based paramilitary group.

    Leon County law enforcement sources told the Tallahassee Democrat that they could not find information linking Cruz, 19, to the Republic of Florida Militia, as claimed by the group’s self-proclaimed leader Jordan Jereb.

    http://www.tallahassee.com/story/news/2018/02/15/florida-school-shooting-suspect-nikolas-cruz-member-white-nationalist-militia-tallahassee-leader-say/341751002/

  36. Myiq2xu™ says:

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