War on Men
Is there a "War on Men" to go along with the left's assertion that there is a "war on women"? If you look at the gender learning gap, the fact that boys are falling behind in education, the gender mess in Massachusetts, the attacks on the boys scouts, manhood, football and suicide, you would have to agree that something is going on, whether orchestrated or by accident. Follow the debate below.

The LIE of Toxic Masculinity

1/23/19
from The Gray Area,
1/23/19:

A basic tenet of life is that "anything to extreme is bad". That applies to anything, including masculinity.

As long as we are talking of gender issues, this concept would also apply to femininity or should I say the toxic nature of feminists, or as Rush Limbaugh says, "Feminazis".

If you think of toxic masculinity or 'feminazis', you can rightfully put toxic behavior in the category of extreme activity that is bad. But is the activity masculine, feminine or simply bad?

The leftist political nature of the toxic masculinity argument takes the issue too far, as it always does. It desires to make males less masculine, more passive and less responsible. No one likes or wants to be around this kind of man. Because you cannot depend on them when you need them to stand up to a bully, a predator or a political tyrant. That requires a strong man.

Theodore Roosevelt said it best:

We do not admire the man of timid peace. We admire the man who embodies victorious effort; the man who never wrongs his neighbor, who is prompt to help a friend, but who has those virile qualities necessary to win in the stern strife of actual life.



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