If you’ve been a member of FreedomWire for at least five minutes, then you’ll know that I believe in the classic sense of what it means to be a man. When it comes to men and how we should act, I favor the good old-fashioned way of looking at it.

Stoic, strong, protective, smart, cordial, honorable – these are the types of characteristics that should define the masculine gender, and up till a few years ago, it did.

However, things started going downhill in the 80s, when somewhere, somehow, male sensitivity became a focus.

“Men should be able to cry and talk about their feelings,” the Liberal talking heads would say.

And they’re right, in a way. Men should be able to do that—just not in public and without anyone knowing about it, in my opinion.

However, I’ll take the 80s concept of masculinity over the 2020 version, where those same Liberals have moved away from sensitivity and are now on to demonizing males as a whole.

“Masculinity is toxic! It breeds chauvinistic, sexist, and misogynistic attitudes in our children!” they scream. They took competition out of our kids’ sports, giving them all trophies and letting them all play, regardless of skill or even desire to play.

And it’s led to the weakest generation of our species that we’ve ever seen.

Stop Poisoning Our Young Men!

We have confused our young men into thinking being beta is better than being alpha, and this attitude is infecting our society.

We see it everywhere…

We see it with the confusion in our young men who talk about gender fluidity, accepting the notion that there are COUNTLESS genders.

We see it with our women, who now react to a simple gentlemanly gesture of holding a door open as if you slapped them on the butt and called them “honey” (and God help you if you ever actually thought that was a good idea at any point).

But mostly, we see it in entertainment, where Hollywood is trying to make the beta male—the weaker males of the species—seem more desirable.

Well, conservative commentator Candace Owens has had enough.

Recently, British music star Harry Styles showed up on the cover of Vogue magazine (a fashion rag) wearing a ballroom gown and a jacket—as if we’re not supposed to look at this and say “this isn’t normal.”

Let me assure you, it’s NOT normal…

And Candace Owens is letting the world know that she’s sick and tired of watching the degradation of the men around her.

“Bring Back Manly Men”

In a tweet referencing Styles’ “groundbreaking” photo, she said, “There is no society that can survive without strong men. The East knows this. In the west, the steady feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men.”

Of course, she was ripped apart by the Left for it, but that didn’t stop the charismatic Conservative from doubling down on her statement. “Since I’m trending I’d like to clarify what I meant when I said ‘bring back manly men’. I meant: Bring back manly men. Terms like ‘toxic masculinity’, were created by toxic females. Real women don’t do fake feminism. Sorry I’m not sorry.”

How awesome (and on the money) is that?

Many of us are similarly getting tired of the constant feminization of the male, and Owens is calling it out—as anybody with common sense SHOULD.

However, if that wasn’t enough…

She TRIPLED down on this statement, posting another tweet in response to other Twitter users sending her pictures of iconic and supposedly “masculine” musicians and celebrities in dresses. Owens retorted, “PSA: Mining pictures on the internet of men in dresses is not going to suddenly make me attracted to men in dresses. I’m impervious to woke culture. Showing me 50 examples of something won’t make it any less stupid. #BringBackManlyMen”

Yes…

Bring back manly men.

Make being male OK again!

Our society NEEDS strong and confident men if we’re going to survive as a species…and what we’re seeing now is a redo of the Fops from Europe that destroyed their culture for centuries.

We need men less concerned with their appearance and more concerned with their character.

This is what will make our country strong…

Men in dresses as the norm will only make it weaker.

 

“Because there is very little honor left in American life, there is a certain built-in tendency to destroy masculinity in American men.” – Norman Mailer