Train ride insight:
Masculinity is the same kind of illusion as a stock market. While the illusion lasts, it can generate insane value, but once the illusion is broken, it can never be built back.

John Cena might be ridiculously mascular guy, but after I saw him licking the boots of his chinese overlords, crying to keep his job, I cannot look at him and see anything beyond a wheeping kid.

@LukeAlmighty That's why Tariq Nasheed really did a number on black masculinity with his Buck Breaking movie.

My point is prety much, that before I saw that worm, I never had a true reason to think about it. And noone explained even the basics to me. But once upon a time, you can see an example so radical and pure, it explains the topic no matter how little you know about it.

@LukeAlmighty John Cena groveling in Chinese certainly felt like a very disturbing glimpse of the future.
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