NBC News Claims 'Toxic Masculinity' is Making Men Feel Isolated
One of leftists' missions is to bring down anything even resembling masculinity. They won't rest until they purge every last trace of rugged badassery from anyone with a Y-chromosome. Then, they'll replace those characteristics with more "acceptable" traits. Like being an over-sensitive, #woke sissyboy. So long Clint Eastwood, hello Lactacia.
Don't believe me? NBC News did a report on how "toxic" masculinity makes men feel isolated and depressed.
Emotional isolation has calamitous health implications, and it's becoming more prevalent in America. Why? One developmental psychologist says America's toxic masculine culture kills young boys' friendships right as boys are expected to "grow up" into men, and those loss of friendships may echo throughout men's lives.
So guys don't have friends? That's news to me... and every other guy ever. Or, at least the ones who aren't serial killers. Most gents of the hetero variety don't count "telling secrets to one another" as a pastime, but we have each other's backs and confide in one another. Maybe it's not as intimate as the left would prefer (see Dear Hollywood: Stop Gaying All the Things, Especially Straight Characters...).
Speaking of which, what's with this fear of being labelled gay? A solid 60% of a man's interactions with his friends is them playfully accusing each other of being lovers of the peen. So, if a guy's really that worried about being called gay, it's probably in his best interest to avoid friendship.
The fact is if anything is driving men to feel "isolated" and "depressed," it's being told their immutable traits are "toxic" and should be rejected in every possible way. That's the only identity crisis present in manly circles. Trying to make it in a world that tells you your very existence is an affront to "progress."
Face it, the only thing "toxic" in this whole kerfuffle is the left's blatant misandry.