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More Human Than Human

You are all much better people than I, if for no other reason than your unwillingness to rip into every single one of these.

The previous pop culture models of masculinity, such as James Dean, Sylvester Stallone and Rob Zombie…

Hee! C’mon, that’s funny. Don’t you feel like you just got some psychological insight into the columnist right there?

Oh, you’re right. I should stop. Besides, the rest is this colorless, flavorless morass of

For men to appreciate the benefits of a modern, increasingly feminized world, they must first be comfortable knowing that to be a man is not necessarily to be masculine. Then again, sometimes it is.

To the extent that this means anything, I might agree with it. Then again, I might not.

  1. Gabrielle says:


  2. Michae G. says:

    I am definitely going to move somewhere where nobody will demand that my sons grow up to be sissies.

    There’s a damn good reason men evolved to be aggressive, competitive, and emotionally blank. I’m personally happy being any or all of those three when the need arises.

  3. Ailee can go suck mine.

  4. Melissa says:

    Great. Just what society needs. A few more generations of confused young men.

    What have we learned so far about Ailee Slater’s Ideal World?

    (1) Feminized men
    (2) No grades – or, at the very least, a revised definition of “learning”
    (3) Carnivalesque celebrations
    (4) Moronic visual measurements of “millions” and “billions”

    I’d rather have nuclear winter.

  5. Timothy says:

    “Although he’s in favor of feminizing young boys…”

    Yes, because until we turn everyone into androgynous 80s-group front-men (front-persons?) the world will be a terrible place.

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