Millennial Men Ditching Masculinity and Embracing Autism - Alaska First! Arthur Martin

Thursday, December 13, 2018

Millennial Men Ditching Masculinity and Embracing Autism

Millennial Men Ditching Traditional ‘Masculine’ Values, More Likely To Embrace ‘Emotional Strength’

VANCOUVER — As the famous Village People song declares, “Every man wants to be a macho macho man / To have the kind of body, always in demand.” But are “macho macho” mindsets becoming a thing of the past? A new study finds that male millennials are drifting away from stereotypical masculine values.

Yes, men are becoming pussies. The reason we know this is because men are triggered by the word "pussy" and claim that it's "derogatory against women" at the exact same time that they are wearing pussy hats and walking in the streets shouting "Orange Man Bad!"

Your typical the way man caves are sexist.

The research, led by the University of British Columbia, showed that younger men tend to value selflessness, social engagement, and health over traditional male ideals like physical strength and autonomy.

Of course, physique and independence were still prominent values for the 630 Canadian men aged 15 to 29 who took part in the survey, just not as important to participants as selflessness. In fact, selflessness was by far the top-rated male value. Nine in 10 respondents said that men should should help others, and 88 percent of the respondents agreed that men should be open to new ideas, new people, and new experiences. Eight in 10 felt it imperative that a man gives back to his community.

No wonder Millennials aren't in relationships anymore, women hate them because they are weak and the men have such low testosterone they don't even have the confidence to approach women. There is something that I want to highlight;

In fact, selflessness was by far the top-rated male value.

This actually isn't far off. The ultimate Alpha Male is by nature a servant. Think of your stereo-typical Alaskan Male (and yes stereo-types exist for a reason) they are masculine, can hunt, fish, build, and fix the house for their women.

The biggest lie that feminism sold to society is that the "patriarchy" is some how sexist. The European patriarchy and masculine male energy gave women modern society with indoor plumbing and Netflix. What the hell has the soy boy millennial who is in touch with his "feelings" given women? Drama? Migraines? Home Invasions?

Maintaining tip-top health was also important to the vast majority of men, but that didn’t mean having chiseled abs and twenty-four inch biceps, or “pythons,” as Hulk Hogan would often say. Three-quarters of participants did feel that physical strength was important, but that finding was still notably less than the 87 percent who agreed a man should embody intellectual strength or the 83 percent who viewed emotional strength as highly important. Similarly, only 78 percent of men listed autonomy as a defining “male” characteristic.

Physical strength IS Intellectual strength. Anyone who has seriously lifted weights or trained for a marathon knows the amount of mental effort and intellectual growth you have to go through to accomplish your goals. Physical strength is a reflection of your mental health and if you are a weak bugman physically you are weak mentally. Which is also why we are very very very good at judging accurately first impressions:

More recent scientific studies have once again begun looking into whether subjective impressions based on facial characteristics have any validity. People do form global and specific trait impressions automatically based on facial structure (Hassin & Trope,2000). A study by Willis and Todorov (2006) found that these first impressions are made after a mere tenth of a second exposure to a face. 42 raters answered a questionnaire on each of 70 faces (presented as standardized photographs with neutral expressions). The authors discovered that judgments made after a 100-­‐ms exposure to a face did not differ significantly from those made with no time constraint. Their result held true for attractiveness, likeability, trustworthiness, competence, and aggressiveness (Willis, 2006). The results from Hassin and Willis suggest that we infer personality traits from facial appearance quickly and uncontrollably, which constantly affects our social interactions whether we are aware of it or not.

Women are of course the best at judging others quickly and accurately.

“As a millennial myself, I can see these values reflected in the lives of men around me,” says study co-author Nick Black, managing partner at Intensions Consulting, a research firm that helped carry out the survey. “They want to be both caring and strong, both open to others and self-sufficient, and they see no contradiction in these values.”

As a millennial myself, I can tell you that you can't be both caring and strong and open to others. It's a contradiction. Anyone with kids and a family can tell you this. If you care about your family you can't just open your house hold to every pedophile that shows up with a smiling face and a van full of candy. You don't know who people are. You can either take care of your own or care for others--you can't do both.

Millennials have become autistic and while it is fun to make fun of them the obvious question must be asked, who raised them?

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