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Donald Trump, the Most Unmanly President

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Why don’t the president’s supporters hold him to their own standard of masculinity?

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Because the “manly” men that have been serving in DC have hosed over working class folks for many many decades. He’s just an F-U to the establishment and that’s about it. 

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I didn't think it was okay to judge one's masculinity or lack there of. Besides isn't masculinity toxic and therefore the less masculine the better?

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7 minutes ago, bigbird said:

I didn't think it was okay to judge one's masculinity or lack there of. Besides isn't masculinity toxic and therefore the less masculine the better?

No.  Being a man means you accept responsibility.  (It's called "manning up".)

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1 hour ago, homersapien said:

No.  Being a man means you accept responsibility.  (It's called "manning up".)

Isn't that a sexist term?

I know many woman that accept responsibility.

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When many of his supporters think of manly they aren’t going to think of it in the sense the article. The pic is what most will think. 

It should say maturity not masculinity. 

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7 minutes ago, bigbird said:

Isn't that a sexist term?

I know many woman that accept responsibility.

No, the comparison is a man vs. a boy. 

(To your point, there are plenty of woman who are more of a man - regarding responsibility - than is Trump the petulant little boy).

I would have expected a football coach to naturally understand what I was talking about, instead of weaseling over it.

Man up.  <_<

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1 minute ago, homersapien said:


I would have expected a football coach to naturally understand what I was talking about, instead of weaseling over it. :no:

Man up.

Interesting...

It's okay if your sexist, I accept your faults. Just own it.

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Just now, bigbird said:

Interesting...

It's okay if your sexist, I accept your faults. Just own it.

It's OK for you to be a disingenuous little weasel too.   Just own it.  :rolleyes:

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Nice edit. 😂

It really cleared things up. 

Just own it.

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Just now, bigbird said:

Nice edit. 😂

It really cleared things up. 

Just own it.

I do.  I endorse my post. 

Weasel.

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2 minutes ago, homersapien said:

I do.  I endorse my post. 

Weasel.

The good ole name calling, nice! 

I'm glad you endorse being a sexist and even more happy you have revealed it to the board in such a magnanimous way. Thanks.

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1 minute ago, bigbird said:

The good ole name calling, nice! 

I'm glad you endorse being a sexist and even more happy you have revealed it to the board in such a magnanimous way. Thanks.

He even signed his endorsement as Weasel..........

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2 hours ago, bigbird said:

I didn't think it was okay to judge one's masculinity or lack there of. Besides isn't masculinity toxic and therefore the less masculine the better?

No masculinity isn't necessarily toxic, no more than being effeminate is.

Part of what makes it cross the line to toxic though is men feeling inadequate in light of social expectations, so they'll often overcompensate in ways that are harmful to society at large. Take, for instance, the MRA movement and the like, which (by and large) reduces all interactions with women to sex and heavily stereotypes them.

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5 minutes ago, AUDub said:

No masculinity isn't necessarily toxic, no more than being effeminate is.

I agree

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1 hour ago, bigbird said:

Isn't that a sexist term?

I know many woman that accept responsibility.

Never told a male to “man up”?

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3 hours ago, bigbird said:

I didn't think it was okay to judge one's masculinity or lack there of. Besides isn't masculinity toxic and therefore the less masculine the better?

Did you actually read the article?

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11 minutes ago, TexasTiger said:

Never told a male to “man up”?

Absolutely. You ever tell a woman to man up?

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33 minutes ago, bigbird said:

Absolutely. You ever tell a woman to man up?

Probably. ;)

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45 minutes ago, bigbird said:

Absolutely. You ever tell a woman to man up?

When you did, what did you mean?

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14 minutes ago, TexasTiger said:

When you did, what did you mean?

It depends on the decade that I used it in. Quite a few things have changed in meaning and connotation. Even more have completely dropped out of use. 

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10 minutes ago, bigbird said:

It depends on the decade that I used it in. Quite a few things have changed in meaning and connotation. Even more have completely dropped out of use. 

I’m guessing taking ownership and responsibility was a common theme— would that be correct?

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3 minutes ago, TexasTiger said:

I’m guessing taking ownership and responsibility was a common theme— would that be correct?

Not when I used it.  It was a toughen up type comment.

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