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  • Donald Trump Is the Personification of Toxic Masculinity

    This feminist have such colorful descriptions of Trump, can't stop laughing... almost makes me want to be a Trumpist, if this is the kind of fun one can gets out of it...

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/article...sculinity.html

    President Donald Trump is like an erect penis
    First 8 words and I am already laughing so much it hurts...

    President Donald Trump is like an erect penis: He’s single-minded, obsessed with invasion, and dying to shoot. (He’s also wrinkly, rigid, and a dick—I could go on.) He seems to function as the symbolic phallus of his fans, as if he’s the embodiment of testosterone. Trump makes them feel masculine and energized and powerful, like a political Viagra.
    Wow... is this true???

    Question for Trump supporters... Trump is the dick you expect to use to fuck feminism?

    Many seem to envision Trump’s penile qualities as a good thing—as if by swinging his dick around in his first months in office, he’s shattered conventions and magically improved a staid, corrupt, overintellectualized Washington. Never has he seemed more macho to his people than when he punched Bashar al-Assad in the face with a slew of Tomahawk missiles. In reality, it may have been more of a strong kick in the shins—that airstrip they bombed was reportedly operational the next day—but hey, bombing the Middle East will always warm certain American hearts. Trump’s approval rating among Republicans is over 80 percent and the assault on Syria won’t hurt.
    I can totally imagine this scenario... Trump give the order to bomb the middle east, then get a cigar, a couple of hoes and turn the oval room into a strip club with table dancers and all...

    So much of Trump’s appeal is wrapped up in his sense of machismo, but he borrows almost exclusively from the worst of American masculinity, clinging to an old school version of manliness that’s about toughness, bluster, an imperative to superiority, a disdain for humility, and a need to dominate others—especially women.
    Old school masculinity... we don't have enough of that...

    Trump’s concept masculinity seems to guide his politics, which is so much about attempting to dominate Barack Obama, Muslims, the media, and other enemies real or perceived. He bangs his chest and drops bombs when Assad offends his sensibilities. He was so moved by images of Syrian children being gassed that he dropped bombs to avenge people who he wouldn’t allow to move here. Indeed, the most overtly macho moment of Trump’s presidency, bombing Syria, flowed out of his most emotional moment—his response to the gassing of Syrian children, which seems to have made Trump genuinely sad. It’s almost like he’s punishing Assad for making him feel “womanly” emotions like empathy and sadness, but really he’s just showing the world that he’s the man. He hated what Assad did and he wanted to show him how tough America can be to scare him.
    I'd love to see what this feminist have to say about Putin...

    Assad got out of line and Trump flexed his muscles and projected power. Was it effective in Syria? Probably not. The country has been mired in a bloody, complex civil war for years. ISIS is centered there. They’re used to explosions. But the attack will be effective on Fox News and on right-wing talk radio where Trump will be portrayed as a no-nonsense tough guy who’s not afraid to let our military flex its muscles.
    Ok... first of all... you never get used to explosions...

    And yes this is very effective, even if all the bombs did was to kill Assad's camel... Last time I checked the map about half of his country was under the control of ISIS, the full north of it under the control of the Kurds, and the rest of it between Assad and rebels that oppose him... So besically the guy is in a very delicate situation where anything can means his coming down from power.

    The modern male learns manliness from a different playbook than his father—he’s taught to be more open with his feelings, to be more aware of his failings, to show respect for other sorts of people, especially women. Modern men may fail to live up to that ideal—we may fail often—but we’re trying. The old school ideal of manliness—that Gary Cooper, John Wayne, Frank Sinatra, Trump sort of man? He was not trying. He saw himself as a king—all others get out of the way. He was so surrounded by entitlement that it was to him as water is to fish. Trump brings that horrible impulse with him to his job as well as many other deplorable aspects of old school masculinity.
    I hear you man... failing to live up to the ideal of feminists masculinity??? I too failed at it as well, heck I don't know any man that have actually succeeded at it... though I don't think the solution is to try harder...

    Let me count three of the most maddening ways:
    OK...

    1. An overactive sense of superiority.
    Trump is nothing without the fight to dominate others—women, Muslims, Mexicans, Blacks, trans people—it’s not merely that he wants one group to win, he wants to crush the other group. Somehow it still escapes him that he’s responsible for and to every American. No, we have a president whose manhood is built on the need to oppress in order to prove that he’s a man. This is among the worst impulses in men and Trump is consumed by it.
    Let's see... if we take the "fight to dominate others" out of Trump what we have lest???

    A billionaire with a relative successful business and, a nice family?

    2. A refusal to apologize.
    Old school Man never apologizes. He never backs down. Even when not backing down actually hurts him. He’s never wrong—even if he is. It’s part of his privilege, his entitlement, his kingliness that he never has to acknowledge a mistake. Trump’s refusal to apologize is polarizing—his folks seem to forgive him for anything but many of us are put off by his refusal to apologize. It’s not ideological—it’s expecting him to fulfill the basic social contract. When you’re wrong, you apologize. It’s part of civilized society.
    I am pretty sure old school men did apologize when it was due... this is more of a Trump thing than anything else...

    Trump has been proven wrong about Obama surveilling him, it never happened, there’s zero evidence, you will not believe what they’re finding—nothing. But even though he’s wrongfully defamed his predecessor, he refuses to apologize or even back down. It’s unsettling. The person who cannot apologize does not respect those he’s wronged, does not observe the basic social contract, and doesn’t have enough self-awareness to admit when he’s made a mistake. How often does a grudge linger on for years because the offender just won’t apologize? Sometimes the inability to apologize is worse than the offense—apologizing is that important to people. We say to err is human and to forgive is divine but before the forgiving should be come an apology. So your refusal to apologize blocks me from closure and divinity.
    LOL

    I need help here... what exactly Trump need to apologize to this feminist for???

    I mean, the guy start to say that Trump is the dick that fuck his politics... but... seriously... this guy is like he got raped at the elections and now he wants an apologize... and a hug?

    3. He won’t communicate.
    All those times I saw a woman in a romcom complaining about a man who wouldn’t effectively communicate with her I laughed, not knowing that one day I would know her pain. I am stuck in a relationship with a man who won’t tell me what’s going on. I need to know what his plan for Syria is. I need to know where our relationship is going. What is our health care plan long term? He won’t say and it’s maddening. He says he won’t tell us his Syria plan but we all know that he keeps his plan secret because doesn’t have a plan. But when you’re talking about soldiers’ lives and military might and potentially shifting the balance of power in the world’s most complex region—when you’re talking about that we the people deserve a broad overview of what the leader’s intentions are in this campaign.
    I see you trying again at that feminist masculinity stuff... and again you fail... Though you're pretty good at it. Maybe you should take the "50 shades of gray" approach to it:

    Imagine you are in a dungeon with you eyes blindfolded, and Trump is in there... how you call it???... ah yeah: "swinging his dick"... do you really want the man to tell you what he is going to do? would you not prefer him to surprize you?... and then don't apologize about it?

    He doesn’t have to tell us details of a military operation though I highly doubt he knows any details of any military operations so there’s no chance he’ll divulge anything he shouldn’t. But we should know the broad strokes of why we need to do this now and how much force he’s willing to expend and what his goal or endgame is. Being an effective leader means explaining your plans and actions. Leadership should let people know the direction they’re going in.
    Heck I even think that half the time the troops on land don't even know why they are there...

    Anyway... if anything can be say about Trump is that the guy talks so much... have you ever seeing his twitter account? it is like "shut up already!!!"

    We have a divisive president who rules strictly for his people. He refuses to include or even mollify the other side. It’s his job to try to bring the country together and to remember that he is the President of both sides of the argument. But instead of creating olive branches, he makes lists of enemies—Obama, Meryl Streep, Colin Kaepernick, CNN—and stands up for those on his list of friends—Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity, Milo Yiannopoulos. He makes sure everyone knows who’s been nice and not nice—regardless of the fact that he is, eternally, a dick.
    Does Trump even know who Milo is???

    And this is the end of the article... leaving me with a lot of questions... anyway... the important thing to take from this is that it is much better to be a dick than a dildo...

  • #2
    Hi,

    this sounds like a complaint over an ex-husband. Feminism - one size fits all.

    M

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Manalysis View Post
      this sounds like a complaint over an ex-husband.
      I call it feminist masculinity... this is what they want us to be, after we are cleanse of our toxic masculinity.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by simpleman View Post
        I call it feminist masculinity... this is what they want us to be, after we are cleanse of our toxic masculinity.
        AKA femininity.

        M

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        • #5
          Obama, Meryl Streep, Colin Kaepernick, CNN—and stands up for those on his list of friends—Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity, Milo Yiannopoulos. He makes sure everyone knows who’s been nice and not nice—regardless of the fact that he is, eternally, a dick.
          These sort of hit pieces bring me nothing but pleasure. Because they show how sad and desperate and lost and confused the libtards are at this point.

          Look at the people this moron thinks are even relevant fucking players in the fucking game that's being played!

          Not one of these people have anything to do with what's going on in the middle east right now. Yet this retarded moron wants the President extending olive branches to Meryl Streep...perhaps he can quash the child sex charges against Roman Polanski and ban MMA to appease the stupid old cunt...

          ...oh wait that's right SHE'S A FUCKING ACTRESS and he's got Xi to deal with over lunch and Putin on the phone. You know people that ACTUALLY matter in the world!
          "Being a cunt doesn't make you wrong." ComradePrescott

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          • #6
            When feminists don't get their way, the phrase "toxic masculinity" starts getting thrown around.

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            • #7
              We have a divisive president who rules strictly for his people. He refuses to include or even mollify the other side. It’s his job to try to bring the country together and to remember that he is the President of both sides of the argument. But instead of creating olive branches, he makes lists of enemies—Obama, Meryl Streep, Colin Kaepernick, CNN—and stands up for those on his list of friends—Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity, Milo Yiannopoulos. He makes sure everyone knows who’s been nice and not nice—regardless of the fact that he is, eternally, a dick.
              The thing is, compromise is defeat.

              Let's imagine that you have a society split roughly into two factions. One faction wants to change things as much as possible. The second faction wants to keep things exactly the way they are.

              Every time the 1st faction has a majority in government they go on about how they have a mandate and the 2nd faction is just obstructing them.

              Every time the 2nd faction has a majority in government, the first faction screams about unifying and how we need to compromise and "come together."

              But if you're part of the group of people trying to keep things the way they are, then literally every time you compromise you lose. Because the new baseline is whatever state you're at post compromise. And that'll be the starting point for the next compromise, which will be the starting point for the next compromise....ad infinitum.
              "...but when she goes off you, she will not just walk away, she will walk away with your fucking skin in a jar." ~~ DoctorRandomercam
              "The laws of man, they don't apply when blood gets in a woman's eye" - The Black Keys

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Manalysis View Post
                AKA femininity.

                M
                Feminism is against femininity.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Mifune View Post
                  The thing is, compromise is defeat.

                  Let's imagine that you have a society split roughly into two factions. One faction wants to change things as much as possible. The second faction wants to keep things exactly the way they are.

                  Every time the 1st faction has a majority in government they go on about how they have a mandate and the 2nd faction is just obstructing them.

                  Every time the 2nd faction has a majority in government, the first faction screams about unifying and how we need to compromise and "come together."

                  But if you're part of the group of people trying to keep things the way they are, then literally every time you compromise you lose. Because the new baseline is whatever state you're at post compromise. And that'll be the starting point for the next compromise, which will be the starting point for the next compromise....ad infinitum.
                  I would not say ad infinitum... for what I have notice on history, when the group that want the change archive a great deal of it, then they are the ones that want to keep it the way it is, while the other group becomes the agent of change...

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by simpleman View Post
                    I would not say ad infinitum... for what I have notice on history, when the group that want the change archive a great deal of it, then they are the ones that want to keep it the way it is, while the other group becomes the agent of change...
                    My point is that compromise serves the interest of one group at the expense of the interests of the other. It's not a negotiation where both get what they want for mutual benefit. Compromise is a step away from Faction 2's principles and toward Faction 1's.

                    It's not a see-saw, it's a ladder.
                    "...but when she goes off you, she will not just walk away, she will walk away with your fucking skin in a jar." ~~ DoctorRandomercam
                    "The laws of man, they don't apply when blood gets in a woman's eye" - The Black Keys

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by simpleman View Post
                      Feminism is against femininity.
                      Yes, but only in women

                      M

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Manalysis View Post
                        Yes, but only in women

                        M
                        True... sometimes I forget that detail...

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Manalysis View Post
                          Yes, but only in women

                          M
                          LMAO, it's hilarious cos it so accurate.
                          "...especially when it comes to communication, it can be observed, if it is not a negotiation it's a war."
                          Originally posted by menrppl2
                          Can't live with em, life is great without them.

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