Josh Hawley Must Take Personal Responsibility For His Own Masculinity Issues

As must all other men. This is not our problem.

Josh Hawley has been on one the last week or so about how the left has cruelly murdered masculinity, forcing young men into sullen, meaningless lives filled with porn and video games. It's nothing new. Unfortunately, the world is filled with fragile men crying that the political left won't let them be macho or whatever.

In a speech last week, Hawley complained that potentially macho men were being driven to porn and video games because the left has decided that "traditionally masculine" traits like "courage, and independence, and assertiveness" are bad. I'm not sure where they got that, but perhaps that is what they hear when we say, "Please check to make sure someone has given you their consent before you attempt to penetrate them." Hard to say.

Yesterday, he defended that speech to Axios, digging the hole even further.

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Oh No, We Murdered Chivalry Again.

A Florida State University Freshman rails against feminists ruining all of his door-opening plans.

All Florida State University Freshman William Biagini wants to do is open some doors for some ladies. Alas, he lives in the year 2021, and that isn't even legal anymore. In a deeply compelling and original op-ed for the Florida State University News, Biagini boldly asserts that "Chivalry didn't die, it was killed."

Now, some of us might say these two things are, definitionally, not mutually exclusive, as the end result of being killed is dying, but let's hear him out.

"Chivalry is dead." I wonder how many of us have heard that sentence in our lives? Personally, I hear this all the time; every time I do, it is increasingly dismaying because, for the majority of people today, this is most definitely the case. However, many people are mistaken about what the reason for its death is. Chivalry did not just die over time; rather, it was killed.

Before I explain how the art of chivalry was killed, the definition of "chivalry" must first be understood. "Chivalry" is defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary ...

Oh, wow, he's really gonna do this.

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It'll Take More Than Baby Powder To Cover Up Stink Of Johnson & Johnson's Latest Legal F*ckery

Ain't late stage capitalism great?

Even by the standards of rapacious American capitalism, Johnson & Johnson's move to shield itself from liability from claims its asbestos-laced baby powder caused cancer is really fucking gross.

Dubbed the "Texas two step," the company has deployed a maneuver designed to park a mountain of liabilities in a separate company chartered in Texas, then declare the sub-company bankrupt. It's fun like line dancing, except for when the lights come up at the end of the night, J&J gets to shield its assets, and the creditors — in this case women with ovarian cancer and mesothelioma — are left to fight each other for the crumbs. Like we said, REALLY FUCKING GROSS.

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Culture Wars

Superman To Fight For 'A Better Tomorrow' So Obviously Terrible People Are Piiiiiissed

All culture war, all the time.

A week ago, conservatives had a freak out about the NEW Superman coming out as bisexual in the upcoming Superman: Son of Kal-El #5. But it seems that was just the tip of conservatives' WAR ON SUPERMAN.

On October 16, during the DC Fandome online event, chief creative officer and publisher of DC Comics Jim Lee announced that the Man of Steel's motto would be "evolving" from the well-known mantra that he fights for "Truth, Justice and the American Way." The new mission statement for Superman will now be "Truth, Justice and a Better Tomorrow," which is both aspirational and more hopeful for a Superman for the next generation.

Cue Fox News going for another round after the announcement:

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