This is absurd.Â It really is.Â This fool looks absolutely fucking ridiculous.Â But I’m not suppose to say anything because he’s “fighting gender norms” and “getting more in touch with his feminine”Â side.
Get the fuck outta here.
I’m tired of having to hold my tongue when seeing some bullshit like this because if I speak on it, I’m told that I’m “conforming” to gender norms and that I’m not open minded enough.Â This isn’t about gender norms or thinking outside the box or stifling someone’s creativity.Â This is about the fact that this guy looks horrible.Â Just like a fat woman in a string bikini, strutting down the beach, this guy is a ripe target to be talked about because he’s dressed to be mocked.
What really kills me about this though are the women that support this shit.Â You know the ones.Â The ones that nearly throw their shoulder out of socket trying to pat themselves on the back for being so supportive of fuckery like this.Â Of course when you ask them if they would ever date a guy like this the answer is ‘no”.Â Why?Â Cause while they’ll never admit it, they don’t’ want to date a man who wears women’s tights or shares their lipstick because there’s something not masculine about that.Â Funny thing is, these same women would spend pages online writing articles about how other men are showing their “homophobia” by calling this guy gay because he wears women’s clothing, when in reality the reason they wouldn’t date a man like this is because they’d think he was stuck in the closet.Â These woman’s complaints about “gender norms” are always so lopsided.Â This guy is “fighting gender norms” but whenever there’s a discussion about guys not paying on the first date, all the sudden its “why don’t men know how to be men anymore?”Â Ah, see there’s the rub.Â All those things “men are just supposed to do” (being a gentlemen, chivalry, etc.), those are gender norms.Â And you know what?Â There’s nothing wrong with that.Â Gender norms don’t mean that the other gender can’t do them too.Â Â So yeah, this guy can wear women’s clothing if he likes, but I don’t have to cheer his boldness or accept it when I know he looks absurd.
And no this isn’t about “homophobia”.Â Gay men are born gay.Â It’s natural, it’s who they are.Â There’s nothing wrong with that.Â Even Transsexuals who believe they were born the wrong gender and when they where women’s clothing, they are attempting to look like women.Â This asshole though?Â He’s a straight man, wearing women’s clothing and looking horrible.Â Despite his talk about how he’s “40% woman”, he ignores the fact that there are very distinct differences between men and women.Â From our body chemistry to the physical appearance of our bodies.Â Clothes cut for women are cut to fit a woman’s body, not a man’s body.Â I’ve recently ranted on the podcast about how they are cutting men’s clothes tighter these days and while I’m not a fan of it, if that’s this guy’s thing then he can go to the store and buy a pair of ultra skinny jeans.Â I’m still going to clown the fuck out of him though.Â He doesn’t get props for “being bold” from me, just like the oiled up fat lady who looks like she has buttered rolls on her thighs won’t get props from me for being bold enough to put on a 2-piece swimsuit.Â No one gives props to Pam Oliver for her horrible looking wigs do they?Â And every time Lady Gaga puts on one of her over-the-top outfits I become annoyed that people let her get away with looking like a clown and not focusing on her so called “talent.”
This whole “gender norms” and “hyper masculinity” bullshit has gone too far.Â I understand that we’ve reached this point because some extremely sexist men wallowed in their sexism so much that this overreaction was bound to happen.Â But this “hyper feminism” has gotten to the point where men can’t even joke or talk about “being manly” without being called sexist (see the outrage every Super Bowl because of commercials).Â It’s as if men have to castrate themselves to show that they can “be in touch with their feminine side”.Â Should men be more in sensitive and open to express their emotions?Â Absolutely.Â But I don’t need to wear women’s leggings and pink lipstick to do that.