The Rise of Masculism

  • FirestormDavi...

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    May 11, 2016 9:31 PM GMT
    This is interesting.

    Feminism can only be defined in relation to females having equal rights as men.

    But Masculism, something the dictionary does not yet have a word for, becomes necessary in a social climate like today's.

    Men in relationships with women have been pussywhipped for millennia assuming they're gentlemen.

    combine this with a gay culture that showcases the feminine and media gatekeepers that think gay can only mean feminine...and suddenly you see the reason masculism must rise. Surely, you do, yeh?

    This is only one of thousands of examples but there was a guy who is homo in real life who tried out to play Will on Will and Grace. The Network said he's not "gay" enough and went with an actor who is straight in real life who was willing to give them the cliche they sought.

    What we need is a mighty presence on the world's stage. Of brute, classic men. Because today the female energy is everywhere and it is necessary for men to take back our home base.

    No drag videos in bear bars.

    No disrespect to female identifying guys, as long as you still consider yourself guys you, in today's world, would likely neglect your more manly interests because you can jump into the percieved gay mainstream by going the other way.

    But it's not the mainstream, there are far more bi and gay guys that are grunting cowboys, we all hide in plain sight and well, when, by way of the skewed personifications, loving a guy equates you with those that want their very penis removed, can you blame bi guys for going with women?

    and that so common leap of associations doesn't even hold water because so many guys that act feminine are only into women--Bowie, Prince, Jenner.

    it no longer makes sense to group all love vantages that are not hetero into one cluster. That would be like saying "If you are a surgeon, stand here. Otherwise, you are Mechanic Espionage Hitman Salesman Lawyer Pizza Delivery Guy Martial Artist Athlete Landscaper Shrink War General Repo Man"

    Some may argue that there is more strength in uniting it all, but you see...you are always stronger standing on your own two feet. We live in a world run by trigger-quick associations. Americans are programmed to categorize. The categories must be more clear cut and sovereign, independent of that which has no similarity other than what it is not.

    Bisexuality isn't even a minority, government just puts it there to conquer us and keep us in denial, weak...alien to our most passionate core drive of love.

    If culture had an overall color, blue being male and red being female, the world is looking very magenta right now. While female energy must always be respected, and it must always be an abomination for anyone to disrespect another on the basis of their gender, we need to resume a healthy balance and bring this magenta to a deep plum blue.

    that would mean that male energy goes back to being slightly dominant ;)

    I mean yeah guys still make more money but in the realm of culture things have felt very feminized.

    Announce your arrival with a guttural belch whose vibrations could unearth the sturdiest of foundations.

    Never excuse yourself, in fact. Compliments to the Chef.

    Spit whenever.

    Smell your own brand.

    If you are a storyteller or any form of artist, bring the T

    Testosterone and Love are Godly entities.

    Bring their glow up, G.


    and this guy Keegan Hirst, first British pro player to step into the light about his manlove.
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    May 11, 2016 10:50 PM GMT
    Testosterone breeds violence. Violence has got to go
  • FirestormDavi...

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    May 11, 2016 10:55 PM GMT
    the war machine breeds violence. the war machine has got to go.

    Testosterone is here to stay.

    It is us haha.

    I demand you respect it. Heavy metal has extreme potential power. What will you do with this metal? You can do extreme good or extreme bad. Blaming testosterone for violence is a scapegoat.

    Women are equally capable of violence though not of equal shear strength.

    You don't even know what true male is if you speak so disdainfully. He's a moment's eyes through the branches at dusk.

    A woodsman's musk at dawn.



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    May 12, 2016 12:52 AM GMT
    FirestormDavid saidthe war machine breeds violence. the war machine has got to go.

    Testosterone is here to stay.

    It is us haha.

    I demand you respect it. Heavy metal has extreme potential power. What will you do with this metal? You can do extreme good or extreme bad. Blaming testosterone for violence is a scapegoat.

    Women are equally capable of violence though not of equal shear strength.

    You don't even know what true male is if you speak so disdainfully. He's a moment's eyes through the branches at dusk.

    A woodsman's musk at dawn.



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    May 12, 2016 1:07 AM GMT
    Oh shit, thanks, Rob! Respect. See that guys? He gave me a level up. Yehehehhh
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    May 12, 2016 1:11 AM GMT
    rodo saidTestosterone breeds violence. Violence has got to go



    ∆ The dumbest thing I've ever heard. If you really fell that way, go shoot yourself and save the planet. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    May 12, 2016 1:20 AM GMT
    There's this (what used to be) really hot guy at my gym. We're always in the steam room about the same time. Over the past year or so he's started to shave all the hair off his body. Then the beard disappeared. Now his toenails are painted different colors. Finally, the other day we were alone in the steam room together and even though I knew it was a bit of an intrusive question, I asked him what was up with all the sudden changes to his body lately. He just looked at the floor and explained that his girlfriend doesn't like body hair. And she refuses to kiss him when he has facial hair and that she likes to paint his toenails when they're watching TV. Shocked, I asked if he was okay with all this and he said "well, not really but it makes her happy and it gets me laid." I laughed a bit harder than I meant to and said "I hope you look good in panties." He looked up at me with a facial expression that read half shame and half that he realized he actually might soon be wearing panties. And to think I used to be so attracted to this guy but I just see him as a weak little shit now.
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    May 12, 2016 1:33 AM GMT
    I dunno.... I think everyone should just try to be themselves, wherever that might be on any stereotypical scale of masculine/feminine traits.
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    May 12, 2016 2:17 AM GMT
    It was a good read but the fall of mankind as we knownit hasn't happened yet. Islam favors men and the women faithfully obey. There's high levels of testosterone all around the world. Men have always dominated, I don't see why would we even need a rise in masculism.. I think western culture is probably the most emmasculed group on the planet but that seems like a privledge at risk.
  • FirestormDavi...

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    May 12, 2016 2:21 AM GMT
    yo Radd humor yes? humor. i hope you don't make anyone feel less than all I will say haha.

    i think everyone should be their gender color some day. from any span of blue into red. all should be equally held sacred.

    Deep Blue Royal has to have its blue fleet. Navy? maybe. Seals? maybe. Guys seeing a sea of deep blue men to look to to know fleet camaraderie

    Blue Royal galactic spinning.

    respect every color. i just gotta help people adjust their screens so deep royal blue comes in, their tuner must have been off the last 100 years of television! Haha (until recently turn the tide shift into stampede)
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    May 12, 2016 2:27 AM GMT
    BP201 saidIt was a good read but the fall of mankind as we knownit hasn't happened yet. Islam favors men and the women faithfully obey. There's high levels of testosterone all around the world. Men have always dominated, I don't see why would we even need a rise in masculism.. I think western culture is probably the most emmasculed group on the planet but that seems like a privledge at risk.


    haha yes always can have great mighty gratitude for the present while juxtaposing brutal potentiality. Of course it is most for state of mind and healthy growth of men. I should make that more clear since it's my focus after all. I want dudes to grow up healthy and that means seeing yourself represented in teh storytelling of the world you know? Badass cultural behemoths must come tumbling forth frum thy sleeves. Mine. All of ours.

    you ask why we need a rise and then answer it immediately. the culture i believe has a murk that hits a colony that has been pussywhipped for too long. Radd's story of the dude letting his girlfriend modify his body away from hairiness is a prime example. Haha being the diplomat I am with freakish naval locks available for empathy, just want us to be somewhat respectful in the ways in which we establish the superiority (muffled laughter) of man to man bonds over any other. jk that sounds so undiplomatic but it's true.

    Western culture needs to man up because America molds the worlds in terms of culture. "Soft Power" from the political perspective. Society, eh?
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    May 12, 2016 12:23 PM GMT
    FirestormDavid said
    Men in relationships with women have been pussywhipped for millennia assuming they're gentlemen.

    Your OP is kinda wide-ranging (dare I say "all over the place") so I just wanna focus on this single point above.

    I don't think I was ever pussy-whipped. For me it's just a manner of having old fashioned politeness & manners. That I extend to men in many situations, as well.

    I'm pretty sure the concept extends back to a time when men saw themselves (as many women saw them) as the guardians & protectors of females. A condescending attitude, but in terms of average gender size & strength, and a male's typically more fierce nature, made some practical sense in certain situations. These were traditional gender roles, that didn't happen arbitrarily nor by accident.

    Today that's much less true in many societies, and perhaps technology has been a great factor. Women aren't all tied to the nursery or the kitchen. Females can take many, if not most male jobs that once required brute physical strength. In turn males can take many of theirs, even feeding newborns. And cooking & cleaning don't have to be all day, non-stop occupations.

    It happens I prefer a woman to be my equal. I respect less an adult who chooses to behave more like a dependent child. Maybe that's why I get along so well with lesbians in social situations. Provided they don't have an anti-male chip on their shoulders. And if they get out of line, as people sometimes do, I don't feel obliged to hold my fire, just like I'd behave with another man. As lesbians will do with me. Gender equality - I like it.
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    May 12, 2016 1:11 PM GMT
    I, also would like to chime in on this. Having moved to the US from the UK over 30 years ago, I noticed that a common thing here is this sense of women being "independent." You hear it in everything lately, from songs "Ms. Independent," and "You're Replaceable." This teaches women that they don't need men for anything, and has a great effect on men feeling emasculated as of lately, at least in the straight world. I have straight friends whom go through this... They have separate checking accounts, and nothing is done as a "together" effort. My query at that point is "Why are you even married?"

    Cheers,

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    May 12, 2016 2:12 PM GMT
    GTPSean saidI, also would like to chime in on this. Having moved to the US from the UK over 30 years ago, I noticed that a common thing here is this sense of women being "independent." You hear it in everything lately, from songs "Ms. Independent," and "You're Replaceable." This teaches women that they don't need men for anything, and has a great effect on men feeling emasculated as of lately, at least in the straight world. I have straight friends whom go through this... They have separate checking accounts, and nothing is done as a "together" effort. My query at that point is "Why are you even married?"

    Cheers,

    Sean

    I think from a woman's viewpoint the alternative to being "independent" is being "dependent", which isn't very attractive to many of them. Nor would it be to me. Certainly that's long been the only choices for many women.

    I sorta take a modified view for myself, and perhaps it's a semantic interpretation. I feel I'm very independent, I can function completely on my own, self-sufficient & supporting.

    But I do even better, and I'm much happier, living with someone I love. We combine our talents, our knowledge, our resources, to include our incomes, to make us both stronger as a couple than we are as independent individuals.

    And I don't mind admitting that. I learned it in my career, to assemble & combine human resources, not to reject them. As a team, a couple facing our complex modern world, my husband & I ultimately make ourselves more than independent, we're kinda super-independent. (Using overly dramatic verbiage). But we still seek the advice & help of others, who have yet more knowledge & abilities than we do, to deal with so many diverse challenges in life.

    Regarding your question about "why marry", in the US it's often a matter of legal & financial expedience. For the couple and any children & heirs.

    Married US couples usually get an income tax break on their combined returns, it's easier to get approved for a home mortgage or a car loan, children have a stronger legal standing, hospital and medical treatment access for each other is legally insured (improving for married gay couples, still problematic in other LGBT relationships, which still further proves the appeal of marriage) - the list of marriage advantages goes on and on.

    Plus frankly, even some independent women do, I think, like to dress up and be the belle of the ball at their own wedding, to be admired and fawned over. May seem a contradiction, but an independent woman doesn't have to be a mannish one, and a wedding can also be seen as a rite of passage.
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    May 12, 2016 2:28 PM GMT
    FirestormDavid saidThis is interesting.

    Feminism can only be defined in relation to females having equal rights as men.

    But Masculism, something the dictionary does not yet have a word for, becomes necessary in a social climate like today's.


    http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/us/definition/american_english/masculism
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    May 12, 2016 3:48 PM GMT
    desertmuscl said
    FirestormDavid saidThis is interesting.

    Feminism can only be defined in relation to females having equal rights as men.

    But Masculism, something the dictionary does not yet have a word for, becomes necessary in a social climate like today's.


    http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/us/definition/american_english/masculism


    haha fuck yeah thanks desert muscle! Well at least facebook and realjcock built in dictonaries don't have it. I'm happy to see this idea isn't revolutionary, means we already have some good footing.

    To the one dude saying he doesn't think he was ever pussywhipped: I speak generally--over time it is the women who decide many factors because the men appease them, and years on years of men allowing them to do this has lead to the culture we see today. Machismo has been softened
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    May 12, 2016 4:37 PM GMT
    "Smell your own brand"

    What does that mean?
  • FirestormDavi...

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    May 12, 2016 6:08 PM GMT
    Jitz627 said"Smell your own brand"

    What does that mean?


    haha when you rip ass.

    your own unique ass smell.

    when i went to europe two summers ago i had escargo and my farts didn't smell the same for three months. haha i was on the edge of my seat to find out if my brand would ever return.
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    May 12, 2016 8:00 PM GMT
    There's already a word for all the things you've described:

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/medical/unhygienic
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    May 12, 2016 9:05 PM GMT
    FirestormDavid saidyo Radd humor yes? humor. i hope you don't make anyone feel less than all I will say haha.



    Didn't quite understand what you said there. I think you're asking if I made him feel bad about it. The answer is, from his tone of voice and body language he already felt bad about it, as he should because he was allowing himself to be feminized just to make another person happy. And adjusting yourself to please others is always a bad idea.
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    May 13, 2016 1:09 AM GMT
    That was way too long to read.
  • FirestormDavi...

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    May 13, 2016 1:38 AM GMT
    CODY4U saidThere's already a word for all the things you've described:

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/medical/unhygienic


    haha hey Cody go fuck yourself. smelling farts is the epitome of good hygiene, don't make me trap you in an elevator and pay a dude to go in there and rip ass for two days.


    And Radd, good. Since he already felt bad about it I didn't want you to rub it in haha. Definitely your laugh was honest at least. In the track "Could You Be Loved" by the immortal Marley Bobness...he says "Don't let them change ya...na na... Or even re-arrange ya...buh duh buh buh buh...duh dunuh duh duh" Man what a great work.

    "That was way too long to read"
    haha aight man I'm guessing you need some picture books.
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    May 13, 2016 2:00 AM GMT
    Is the male species disappearing?

    10 Ways to Keep Testosterone Levels High
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    May 13, 2016 2:46 AM GMT
    haha don't look unless you're Prince right.
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    May 13, 2016 2:51 AM GMT
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    or her.

    My 12% Hetero optics are NUKED

    N U K E D

    Always fascinated me. women will never get my dick up but she is taking my soul for a tumble man, I tell you hwhat.

    12%...but I was born on the 13th.

    To focus on woman, is to let man fall away. As if pupils growing larger in the dark. Man being the light, my light...when the man comes back...and the pupils were bigger from lack of light...He is hotter than before you looked at...her.

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