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Bill Maher Rips Liberals Over ‘Toxic Masculinity’, Tells Men to Man-Up and Women to Stop Hating Real Men

Finding anyone on the left worth actually listening to or watching is a difficult task, but Bill Maher manages to skirt that line between wacky leftist and old-fashioned liberal just enough that if you watch him enough, you’ll come away with gems like this one, in which he destroys the contemporary notion of toxic masculinity as women gush over the images of Volodymyr Zelenskyy leading his countrymen in the fight against the Russian invaders.

New Rule: Make America Grind Again | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)

I couldn’t help but laugh when Maher brings up the tweets women have posted about Zelenskyy. Perhaps his writers read the Louder with Crowder Dot Com blog. I have my doubts, but hey, if y’all are reading this right now, how about giving us a little credit next time, you hacks.

Maher makes several outstanding points. Women are attracted to manly men, regardless of how “toxic” our society wants to characterize them. Men should quit being p*ssies—it isn’t attractive to women. And for Christ’s sake, women, stop hating men and trying to turn them into women! Of course, Maher mixes in plenty of jokes.

I’m sure plenty of feminists and gender theorists are going to listen to Maher’s words and immediately decry them as misogynist and patriarchal or whatever new buzzword catchphrase they’ve cooked up lately. And right after that, they’ll go back to their computers to look up the newest images of Zelenskyy and daydream about him and a white picket fence and all the rest.

Because in the end, Maher is entirely correct, and the world should just come to terms with the facts that as men get girlier they just stop being men altogether, and while that may please the infinite-gender crowd, it makes the entire world a worse place.

So, men, if you’re planning to wear skinny jeans, a beanie, and protest to protect endangered ground owls, stop. Just stop. You’re part of the problem.

Bill Burr on the Ground Owl | Louder With