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Trump and Republicans Appeal to Men with Fragile Masculinity, Researchers Find
By Daniel Moritz-Rabson On 11/29/18 at 10:42 AM

President Donald Trump appeals to men with fragile masculinity, two researchers from New York University wrote in analysis published in The Washington Post. They also said Republican candidates facing a Democrat drew more support in areas with higher levels of fragile masculinity in 2018 House races.

The president has touted his masculinity since declaring he would run for office. After Marco Rubio insinuated the president had a small penis in 2016, Trump raised his hands and said "he referred to my hands -- 'if they're small, something else must be small.' I guarantee you there's no problem. I guarantee."

He frequently calls other political figures weak and has promoted his bravery, saying after the Parkland school shooting that "I really believe I’d run in there even if I didn’t have a weapon." He espouses visions of toughness, like cheering hard football hits, and promotes shows of strength, like his proposed military parade.

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Cui bono?

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….two researchers from New York University wrote in analysis published in The Washington Post.
 

Them TWO got educated that men and women were all the same, so their opinions on masculinity should be taken with an injection  of testosterone and estrogen anyway--equity-boost.

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….two researchers from New York University wrote in analysis published in The Washington Post.
 

Them TWO got educated that men and women were all the same, so their opinions on masculinity should be taken with an injection  of testosterone and estrogen anyway--equity-boost.

Agreed.  I would think a good editor would say "two researchers?  That's not news.  Get back to me when it's really a story." 
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NYU Psychology professor Eric Knowles and doctoral student Sarah DiMuccio queried 300 men on Amazon's crowdsourcing platform Mechanical Turk

Was wondering why Bezos was pimping this bullshit from some Lefty Prof and their student until I see it promotes some Bezos platform no one ever heard of.

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To a feminist, men can do no right. If they are strong and aggressive, their masculinity is toxic and a public danger. If they are weak and passive, their masculinity is fragile and ripe for mockery.

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Trump and Republicans Appeal to Men with Fragile Masculinity, Researchers Find
By Daniel Moritz-Rabson On 11/29/18 at 10:42 AM

President Donald Trump appeals to men with fragile masculinity, two researchers from New York University wrote in analysis published in The Washington Post. They also said Republican candidates facing a Democrat drew more support in areas with higher levels of fragile masculinity in 2018 House races.

 

I feel the sudden urge to vote Dim to prove I am macho. Am I the only one?
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I feel the sudden urge to vote Dim to prove I am macho. Am I the only one?

Everyone knows how I voted in 2016, and now I'm too ashamed to leave the house.

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Who comes up with these kinds of things to research in the first place?? 'Fragile Masculinity'....so exactly what does that term even mean?  That they easily cry in their Wheaties?
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   If it wasn't for 'Fragile Masculinity'  they'd be studying why most Lesbians are fat, pick your poison.
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   If it wasn't for 'Fragile Masculinity'  they'd be studying why most Lesbians are fat, pick your poison.

I'd love to know who gets paid and how much to come us with these supposed research ideas.
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For those who talk about bravery and courage; it predictably ends w/talk.
As for Trump, he avoided/deferred his way out of the Vietnam draft.

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For those who talk about bravery and courage; it predictably ends w/talk.
As for Trump, he avoided/deferred his way out of the Vietnam draft.

I agree.  Bad to have done so.  But, on the other hand* he is one of the very few able to withstand and even embrace the incredible vitriol and attacks, from left and right.

* People are complicated and are both good and bad.  Every one of us.  And some things we all did as youngsters we might not do now if we could do it over again.
Cui bono?

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I agree.  Bad to have done so.  But, on the other hand* he is one of the very few able to withstand and even embrace the incredible vitriol and attacks, from left and right.

* People are complicated and are both good and bad.  Every one of us.  And some things we all did as youngsters we might not do now if we could do it over again.

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I agree.  Bad to have done so.  But, on the other hand* he is one of the very few able to withstand and even embrace the incredible vitriol and attacks, from left and right.

* People are complicated and are both good and bad.  Every one of us.  And some things we all did as youngsters we might not do now if we could do it over again.
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Agree, Man is flawed/mortal but his Soul gives him the opportunity to redeem himself.

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Agree, Man is flawed/mortal but his Soul gives him the opportunity to redeem himself.

No, God gives us the opportunity to redeem ourselves.
Cui bono?

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No, God gives us the opportunity to redeem ourselves.

No, we cannot redeem ourselves.

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No, we cannot redeem ourselves.

That's what I said.
Cui bono?

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No, we cannot redeem ourselves.
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Why of course we can, otherwise there is no forgiveness in this life.
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To a feminist, men can do no right. If they are strong and aggressive, their masculinity is toxic and a public danger. If they are weak and passive, their masculinity is fragile and ripe for mockery.

Gillette really hurt themselves is pushing this stupidity.  They're trying to claw their way back now.  I saw a Gillette commercial promoting masculinity yesterday.  Too little, too late.
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