Last November, my sister gave birth to a beautiful baby boy. I can’t help but get excited about his future, but I’m worried about it, too.
It’s a bad time to be a boy in North America.
My nephew will enroll in school where he will be greeted with curricula that is skewed toward girls’ strengths. They will teach him that misguided sensitivity is better than masculinity, and encourage him to “share his feelings” as opposed to aggressively achieving his goals.
The media he consumes won’t portray men’s focus on sports and monetary conquest, but push a lifestyle that says it’s OK to air your emotions over and above your achievements. He will enter the working world with other men his age who have grown up in a culture replete with real and fictional males who take this “lifestyle” to unattractive, girly extremes.
Our world has become desperate for male hero virtues.
But here’s the thing: people learn what you teach them. And society has declared a war on masculinity. So we should hardly be surprised that the results of our war on boys has rendered results that are anything but pretty.
Then the author of Gorilla Mindset, Mike Cernovich, joins me to talk Donald J Trump:
Is he the man the world is so desperate for, and why is his message inspiring the nation?
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