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Men in the Ruins

As Christopher DeGroot notes, the systemic eradication of masculinity in America is long past reversibility.

Restoring male authority, although necessary, seems nearly impossible to do by rational means. Notwithstanding evidence that women’s happiness has declined both absolutely and relative to men, it is implausible to think the culture as a whole will want men to become men again, that is, in the old sense of the man of the house. For that to come about, crisis and catastrophe will be necessary—or rather, more of them.

And more of them are certainly on the way. Wait till the pussyhatters get their war with Russia on.

I somehow doubt that the radioactive Mad Max—type landscapes that such a war would leave behind would be hospitable to feminist ideas or any other form of infantile posturing.