This post is trying to pick up where this Breitbart piece left off and, hopefully, start a good discussion about the deleterious effects of misandry.
I don’t know what Breitbart will tolerate, so I will just leave the link. You have to read it or you’ll be lost from the start. It is brief.
What struck me was the first chart. Older men, who haven’t grown up in oceans of bad press about men, are more comfortable self identifying as masculine. Also, they have lived longer and had more opportunity to test their limits. From a high of 56% among the 65+ year olds, it dips to two percent among the 18-24 year olds. These poor kids have had it thrown at them from all sides and problably haven’t had a live in father for a role model. Feminist media, feminist dominated schools, and no men to see as worthy of emulating have taken their toll. While I think these kids can recover, living in a society that never misses an opportunity to bash men has done a number on them.
There is something else that I noticed. The pattern is similar among women. What I think is happening is that if the reputation of men is trashed, it also has an indirect effect on women. This had to be unanticipated.
There is plenty of stuff here to talk about. As is normal around here, the meat of this will be in the comments.