Amid all the obsession with gender and race relations, it is important to remember that woke universities also indoctrinate students into hating “traditional men.”
In 2021, Rhode Island University began offering a rather absurd course: “The Rhetoric of Toxic Masculinity.”
Yeah. Because that’s the top subject material employers want their employees to be aware of.
“One need look no further than former President Donald Trump to find a vivid illustration of this concept as it manifests in the early years of the twenty-first century. The fact that Trump was able to get elected and that he maintains support, especially among white men is a sign of the health and endurance of toxic masculinity,” the course description detailed.
Ah. So, in other words, a professor’s personal hatred of Trump is apparently enough to make an entire (overpriced) course. Great.
“In this class we’ll examine the rhetoric of toxic masculinity through film, literature, and cultural history as we work to imagine, enact, and expect better and saner versions of masculinity for and from boys and men,” the course added.
“Saner versions” of boys and men. We all know what that means from the Democrats’ perspective. Especially when such “saner versions” use the females’ bathroom.
To be fair, however, it appears that universities continue to mimic the tone set by the (Democrat) top.
As reported by The Blaze, Doug Emhoff, the husband of Kamala Harris, certainly doesn’t feel like much of a man these days.
On the contrary, he has decided to rant and rave about “toxic masculinity” instead.
MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capehart led Emhoff straight to the point where he could begin to rage, further demoralizing men across the nation.
“Can we just talk about masculinity for a moment? Has being second gentleman changed your own view of perceived gender roles and what it means to be a man?” Capehart inquired.
Needless to say, Emhoff couldn’t stop talking.
“This is something I’ve thought about a lot, and something I’ve spoken about a lot. There’s too much of toxicity — masculine toxicity out there, and we’ve kind of confused what it means to be a man, what it means to be masculine, where you’ve got this trope out there that you’ve gotta be tough and angry and lash out to be strong,” Emhoff declared.
Uh, with respect, it is oftentimes crucial to “be strong,” especially if one is a leader.
After all, how did Winston Churchill play an integral role in defeating Hitler? By being weak?
Think Emhoff, think before replying … or perhaps think even more before marrying.
“I [think it’s] just the opposite. Strength is how you show your love for people. Strength is how you are for people and how you have their back and how you stick up for other people and pushing up, pushing out against bullies. And that’s what I believe it is,” Emhoff drawled.
So, he literally goes from saying one should not be “tough” and “strong” to saying one should show “strength.”
Right. Seems his word salad is right on par with Kamala’s.
“So every time I can speak against this toxicity — we’re seeing it with our younger people, we’re seeing it in our discourse and our politics, in the media you’re seeing it as it relates to so many of the issues that we’re pushing back on, so I think it’s a problem, and I’m gonna continue to use this platform every time I get to speak out against this toxic masculinity that’s out there,” Emhoff boomed.
If Emhoff really wants to take aim at “toxic masculinity,” he is welcome to take aim at Hunter Biden, but that would upset his paymaster.
Moreover, since when has MSNBC become an open forum for bashing a significant swathe of the population?
No wonder actor Russell Brand recently blasted MSNBC as “a propagandist nut-crackery.”
One can only hope he is not summarily “cancelled” later on.
Author: Jane Jones