The White Male Guilt and Shame Industry is offering training courses for fledgling cucks at Duke University that aim to “deconstruct toxic masculinities.” The learning seminar is part of Duke Men’s (Pussification) Project, presented by Duke University’s Women’s Center.
The false premise of the program is that masculinity in its normative form alienates most – if not all – men, which in turn lends itself to violence. In other words: Masculine = bad.
From The Telegraph:
The nine-week course aims to promote “unlearning violence.”
The organizers say: “We want to explore, dissect, and construct an inter-sectional understanding of masculinity and maleness, as well as to create destabilized spaces for those with privilege” [read white].
Duke’s women center opened the men’s project in the spring, and since then has held talks by sociologists on “sex, power and violence” and screened films about pornography.
“Duke is an environment where some are rarely made uncomfortable while others are made to bear the weight of their identities on a daily basis – we aim to flip that paradigm,” the organizers say.
The project has been backed by the student newspaper’s editorial board. They insisted it was “not a re-education camp being administered by an oppressed group, in the service of the feminisation of American society.”
Perhaps given the highly publicized spectacle of the Duke La Cross case and the spotlight now being shone on sexual assault on American university campuses, it’s somewhat understandable that such a seminar would emerge. And I’m sure Duke U. turns out some first-rate assholes that could benefit from such courses. However, the only way such assholes would ever enlist in such a program is by court order.
So here’s an idea, libtards. Instead of shaming men into submission for their so-called “toxic” masculine qualities, making them fearful of “microaggressions,” teaching them to cry and putting them in touch with their inner vagina, how about delivering what’s so lacking in American culture today: positive role models and good values. Inspire them with admirable masculine qualities, such as pride, honor, strength, character, responsibility, leadership, integrity, discipline, respect and nationalism. Man up for heaven’s sake.