The media is hell-bent on destroying traditional gender roles by attacking men in the name of feminism.
Now, a handful of men are going to extreme lengths to prove how “woke” they are.
And you won’t believe what this group of men is doing with each other to combat “toxic masculinity.”
Liberal men are buying into the message that traditional masculinity is bad for our culture.
Gillette’s outrageous commercial, blaming men for all of society’s woes, is a perfect example of men succumbing to the pressure to appease this movement.
Now, this cultural movement has taken a bizarre twist.
A group of men in Pennsylvania have decided to tackle so-called “toxic masculinity” in their own unique way – by cuddling with each other.
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Members of the “Men’s Therapeutic Cuddle Group” in Pennsylvania are fighting “toxic masculinity” by cozying up with one another.
According to a report from the Philly Inquirer, a group of men in Pennsylvania is getting together twice a month to cuddle. The group was formed to combat “toxic” expressions of masculinity and heal past trauma.
The cuddle group was established to allow men to be more vulnerable. According to some on the left, men have been indoctrinated to believe that showing their emotions is a sign of weakness.
“So often, we’re taught that to be an emotional stoic is the mark of manhood,” said Scott Turner, the 46-year-old co-founder of the group said. “If you show any emotional weakness or vulnerability, that’s a failure to your title of a man.”
A description from the event page explains the various cuddle positions that attendees will participate in. These positions are supplemented in some cases by hand-holding and hair or beard stroking.
This men’s cuddle group is designed to allow men to feel vulnerable and eliminate the perception that men can’t be intimate with one another.
The left is praising this effort and encouraging others to take part.
Currently, the group is accepting applications to join.
It remains unclear how this group is actually fighting so-called “toxic masculinity.”
Would you join – or support your husband in joining – an all-men’s “cuddle group?”
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