The war on men and the myth of “toxic masculinity”

ArlenJ.com
March 10, 2020

Men walk on eggshells in the 21st century. They are vulnerable to attacks on their character and well-being simply for saying “hello” to a woman. But even the most careful, conscious man faces dangers that could cause irreparable harm to himself and family.

It is modus operandi in 2020 for women to accuse men of some sort of sexual deviance that allegedly occurred decades earlier. Perhaps one of the most egregious of these cases is Melora Hardin. The former child actress accused Todd Bridges of giving her an unwanted kiss while filming an episode of Diff’rent Strokes.

Forget the fact that this incident allegedly took place in 1980, or 38 years prior to Hardin saying anything about it. Bridges was 14-15 years old at the time; Hardin was 13. Both women and men questioned the authenticity, sincerity and timing of this accusation on Twitter. They also articulated the harm these types of incidents do to real victims.

 

Hardin amassed only 17,000 Twitter followers in ten years (2009 to June of 2018) when she made this revelation. Her follower count, utilizing the #MeToo and #TimesUp hashtags more than doubled to almost 39,000 in the 20 months since her announcement.

Hardin also began promoting a performance of hers just a few weeks after accusing Bridges of assaulting her four decades prior (see above).

All men are not rapists and violent beings, as the #MeToo movement seems to believe. Men are told to always believe the woman in these situations, regardless of absurdity or sheer number of false accusations. Any man who defends himself or other men from frivolous accusations are labeled as “toxic masculinity.” The medical industry has unfortunately helped reinforce this dangerous and irresponsible agenda of #MeToo.

What is “toxic masculinity?”

The American Psychological Association (APA) released its “Guidelines for Psychological Practice With Boys and Men” in late 2018. The entire 36-page publication talks about 10 guidelines, prefaced with declarations that can only be deemed as Orwellian in nature. For instance:

“…socialization for conforming to traditional masculinity ideology has been shown to limit males’ psychological development.”

“… traditional masculinity is psychologically harmful.”

“Traditional masculinity ideologies have also been linked to parenting concerns.”

The APA is instructing mental health professionals to encourage submissive, meek behaviors that are unattractive to women. The language within the APA ‘s document also discourages heterosexual relationships and instructs medical professional to reward such opposite behavior.

“Indeed, heterosexual men’s adherence to traditional, sexist aspects of masculinity has been connected to sexual assault perpetration.”

“Heteronormative assumptions often falsely conflate sexual and masculine identity for men.”

“Traditional masculinity is, on the whole, harmful.”

Fredric Rabinowitz is one of the lead authors in the APA guidelines. He told the New York Times that the purpose of these guidelines is to “help men and boys lead happy, healthy lives.” The word “testosterone” does not appear even once throughout the 36-page report.

The true ALPHA Male

The APA classifies masculinity as a disorder, while conflating manhood with criminal, anti-social behavior. The ALPHA by Prodigy Mindset Gym™ guides men on their personal journeys in understanding what it means to be an “alpha.” Dr. David Mech is the man responsible for the captive wolf studies in the 1970s that are still cited as the top authority on alpha research.

Mech repeated the study decades later, this time with non-captive wolves. The violence associated with captive wolves disappeared for non-captive wolves. The alpha wolves were providers, protectors and caretakers of both the puppies and his pregnant mate in the wild. Mech admitted his research in the 1970s was faulty and disavowed it. But educators, journalists and medical professionals still cite the 1970s research for their own agendas.

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