'Effeminism' and the War on Boys

That's because men and women are different physically. It doesn't mean men are smarter than women, but it does mean that men can do more pull-ups and push-ups and pass Army Ranger and Army Green Beret courses that leave women crying in the mud. Not every man can pass those obstacle courses, either. Not every little boy gets to grow up to be a United States Marine.

But, every little boy is entitled to the chance to have every opportunity to try to grow up to be the best man that he can be. His masculinity is his birthright. Does a six-year-old boy really want to wear skirts and dresses and transition into a little girl? Or is it that his mother benefits socially and career-wise from being a writer for the New York Times who just happens to have a son she can write about who wants to wear dresses to school?

Would all of this cross-dressing and gender-fluidity be unfolding the same way if Laurie Frankel was someone who swam in different social and professional circles?

When a child is 18, he can choose to be whatever he wants to be. When he is old enough to enlist in the military and cast his ballot in national elections, then he's old enough to decide if he wants to surrender his masculinity and abjure himself from that birthright. Until he's 18, he is still learning about the world and his place in it.

Effeminists see an opportunity with little boys to erase their masculinity before they even understand what that means. This is stealing their futures from them and robbing these boys of their manhood. Our culture is so irredeemably sick that this sort of thing is now applauded and commended.

The saving grace is that no society can continue to function and no civilization can endure for long if it erases the masculine gender. Little boys skipping off to school in skirts and dresses are a harbinger of the disaster to come. It's hard to imagine a future where the effeminization of men leads to anything but invasion, subjugation, and conquest by some other nation that didn't decide to put its boys into dresses and go to war on masculinity.