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America Is Feminizing It’s Boys

August 22, 2018

America Is Feminizing It’s Boys

If you have noticed that America’s millennial young men are often somewhat, or sometimes strikingly feminized….you are noticing something very real.

If you have noticed that  Millennial females are increasingly masculinized, you are also noticing something very real.

Please see the following article.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/real-men-dont-write-blogs/201803/feminizing-boys-we-masculinize-girls

But, in this blog, I wish to focus upon feminizing boys and the social, cultural and geopolitical consequences.

It is true that America is feminizing it’s boys. The following video makes very clear how our educational system is part of the confluence of evolving “emasculating” cultural influences that are focused upon American boys.

You do not want to miss this factual video presentation by Prager University.

https://www.prageru.com/playlists/most-popular#3

To this powerful influence we must add the often overlooked effects of high rates of divorce in America. Divorce often leads to diminished influences by fathers and mothers being designated as the custodial parent. When mothers and fathers work closely together to raise sons, their sons normally gain a healthy blend of male and female features, generally weighted towards the male end of the spectrum. This is a good and much needed outcome for failed marriages.

When this balance is disrupted, the scale to often tips in the direction of excessive feminine influences on boys.

Divorced (or working married) mothers must often place their children in child-care facilities that are typically populated with female staff. This is a culture-wide factor that furthers the disproportionate influence of female role models upon boys. As illustrated in the video above, this trend then continues when boys enter America’s educational system.

Of course there is the largely progressive/liberal media, much of which is dedicated to eradicating sex roles and gender differences. The media has increasingly featured and popularized feminine males, some of whom appear to be male caricatures of extreme feminism. For these flamboyantly feminized boys and men, the crass inslut of “girly boy” would be taken as a high complement. Both moderately and greatly feminized male role models (for other boys to imitate) can now be observed in movies, T.V. sit-coms, and ads in many venues.

These trends would seem self-defeating for any culture that hopes to long survive in a hostile world of competing and often waring nations. The implications of this fearsome fact should be clear in light of the feminization of American males.

I invite you to do some internet research on the social, cultural and geopolitical perils of America feminizing its boys. 

V. Thomas Mawhinney, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Practicing Psychologist.

 


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