Toxic masculinity and why it’s rubbish.

Definition and traits of “toxic masculinity”

According to Oxford English Dictionary, toxic masculinity is defined as “a set of attitudes and ways of behaving stereotypically associated with or expected of men, regarded as having a negative impact on men and on society as a whole.”

Here are some traits of toxic masculinity according to the radicals:

  • Stoicism
  • Violence
  • Homophobia.
  • Aggression
  • Competitiveness

Why it’s rubbish.

Gentlemen, there is no such thing as toxic masculinity, only toxic men. 

Masculinity is a beautiful thing. 

Thanks to traditionally masculine men, wars are fought and won, women and children are pulled from burning cars and criminals get brought to justice. It’s traditionally masculine men who will risk life and limb to uphold a sense of duty in our society.

But because of the radicals on the left and their ideologies, traditional masculinity has been branded as toxic.

Why have they done this?

Because real men that stand for truth will not stand for anything less. 

These men who speak up against the evil of the world and do something about it are branded as toxic because they offend people. 

Hate to break it to you lads but as Ben Shapiro said, “Facts don’t care about your feelings”. The truth will offend people, it’s inevitable, because it’s uncomfortable to deal with.

Now let’s address and debunk the toxic masculine traits shall we:

  • Stoicism – Here’s why men must be in control of their emotions:

A man who can endure pain and hardship without complaining is a man who has control over his mind. The woke teach that men should cry and act on their feelings and life should bend to however they feel.

It’s because of this way of thinking that there are school shootings, mass shootings and domestic violence. Scenario: A man is angry, now because it’s ok not to deal with and process his emotions in a collected and mature manner, he is controlled by his emotions and decides to shoot up a school.

If he had learnt how to control his emotions then everyone would be having a better day. Being in control of your emotions means that regardless of what you feel, you decide to do the right thing anyways.

The tenets of masculinity is controlling your emotions, not acting immediately and irrationally. To think and process, is an essential skill that men need.

Now I’m not saying that men can’t cry, they can, just not for everything.

At a funeral of a loved one or during an emotional movie, that’s permissible. But crying for insignificant stuff like working hard, long hours or working at all, is pathetic. Once again men, just like everyone else, need help sometimes. They need to talk about their feelings and struggles to the right people, people who can help, like a mentor, councillor or a brother.

Men have demons to fight, but they don’t have to do it alone. With God and his brothers a man can slay his demons and accomplish the impossible.

  • Violence – “A harmless man is not a good man. A good man is a very, very dangerous man who has that under voluntary control.”

This quote from Dr. Jordan B. Peterson is true for the above point as well.

Men must be capable of violence and then use it when necessary, e.g. in the defence of his family or others. As soon as trouble starts then its a “toxically“ masculine man that is called to solve the problem. What is the point of a man if he can’t defend his family from evil.

It is our God-given responsibility as the Priest, Prophet and King of our household that we should protect that which God has placed in our care.

  • Homophobia – I am a Christian.

Homosexuality goes against my beliefs in every way and frankly it goes against the natural order.

I do not hate the individual, I hate what they do. I will treat everyone with respect, but there is a difference between being friendly and tolerant. I do not tolerate or accept the ideology of the left and do not accept this gender fluidity nonsense.

Men are created the way they are with a specific purpose: to protect, provide and lead their family forward on a spiritual, physical and mental level. Men are purpose driven beings and one of our duties as men are to father children and raise them to be better than we were so that society may flourish.

The humanistic view of the LGBTQ community has set a fallacious standard of what a man should be and many young men are now confused and mislead.

  • Aggression – Positive aggression is using your aggression in a controlled way to achieve a positive outcome.

It is mainly being assertive and setting boundaries in life. It helps us keep our distance from toxic people and acts as a deterrent to those who want to waste our time or do us harm. Being aggressive is good when you use it in the fight to counter a threat to your life or the ones you love.

  • Competitiveness – This is good for men because men constantly have to perform.

I have a big problem with sports today that hand out participation medals or trophies, because it promotes and teaches mediocrity, and everyone is ok with it because it makes the kids feel “better”. If kids don’t learn that hard work alone will achieve anything they will not survive in the real world where it’s a constant competition.

“But he showed up and tried at least”, that’s not enough.

Showing up to a soccer game, doing nothing and loosing deserves…nothing. That’s where the motivation and discipline comes in. The feeling of loosing really sucks, that why you should work harder and become better, faster and stronger so that you don’t have to feel that way again.

If everyone gets a medal for trying then there is no incentive to work hard and persevere to be better.

Through struggle we are forged from boys into men.

“Whenever anything sucks, whenever I face adversity, it’s good, I like it. It’s going to make me tougher, my mind tougher and give me a good story to tell.”

“No man is more unhappy than he who never faces adversity. For he is not permitted to prove himself.”

The modern society has gotten terribly soft, the term “snowflake” is an accurate description. As soon as the heat comes they melt. That is why they brand men who take ownership of their lives and strive for something bigger than their own immediate gratification as toxic, because it’s the direct opposite of what they believe. The woke ideology is all about the self, my feelings and triggers and everything else that upsets me, except my own intentional, unapologetic degeneracy.

The backlash we get for wanting to be masculine men, not wanting to wear make-up or paint our nails is so unfounded.

Let me tell you a story:

In Colorado, 2012 there was a shooting.

This guy enters the movie theatre and just starts unloading rounds at random. Three men threw themselves on top of their girlfriends to use their bodies as shields.

All 3 men died; all 3 women survived.

That is the kind of masculinity that the left calls toxic, that they want to get rid of. I mean, who in their right mind wants to rid the world of that desire to protect?

"No man has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. It is a shame for a man to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.”

Being dangerous is the opposite of being weak.

The guy that shot up the high school, he is weak.

Being dangerous is being formidable, life is a difficult process, and you’re not prepared for it unless you have the capacity to be dangerous.

Now, I’m not saying that you should be cruel, but be a formidable force.

There is a statement in the New Testament that says the meek shall inherit the earth – you’ve probably heard Jordan Peterson talk about this and I agree with him wholeheartedly – that word meek isn’t well translated.

Its means something more in the line of “Those who have swords and know how to use them but keep them sheathed will inherit the world.”

That is so much better than the modern definition of the word which means quiet, gentle, and easily imposed on and submissive.

To conclude gents: be strong, stand for the truth, love with passion and fight like your life depended on it, because it does.

“One man fighting for his home and what he believes in, is worth 100 men fighting for pay.”

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