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February 09, 2019
Leftists Suggest Men Wearing Makeup is the New Normal
The left's attack on all things manly rages on. In their latest attempt at chopping men's nuggets off, they're trying to convince us to be easy, breezy, beautiful by wearing makeup.
No, I'm not joking:
This month, David Beckham appears on the cover of style magazine LOVE 20.5, in Dior, styled by Kim Jones, green roses and bird tattoos spiralling up his neck. “It seemed right to add eye make-up, the bright blue that Bowie wore in the Life on Mars video.
Keep in mind as you read on, David Bowie was playing a character at the time. A glammed-out space alien named Ziggy Stardust. His look wasn't intended to be human, let alone manly.
Because, it could be argued that the more lines are blurred between the sexes, the better life will be for everyone.
“Suicide rates among young men are alarmingly high and part of the [reason for that] is the culture of toxic masculinity that restricts what’s acceptable for men to do."
Maybe us offing ourselves has something to do with the left constantly telling us our innate characteristics are "toxic." That if we don't wear makeup, we're part of the problem.
Seeing more men experiment with appearance using make-up would be a sign we’re expanding the idea of "what it means to be a man,”
Ever notice how the left is trying to redefine masculinity as anything but masculinity? I'm not saying you're not a real man unless you wrestle bears. With a six-gun on your hip. Cowboy boots on your feet. A mouthful of beef jerky. Though, methinks the definition of masculinity ought to include at least a couple of masculine traits.
It's funny how the least manly among us consider themselves the ultimate authorities on masculinity. If a guy wants to slather on the Maybelline to look like a pretty princess, I'm not gonna stop him. Though, he's in no position to be telling the rest of the man race how we ought to appear.
While we're on the subject: