No Country For Metrosexual Men

The downward spiral of British society is directly related to the fact that men have become totally pussified in these past 20 years.  If you want our society to be healthy again then its men must learn to be men again and what it means to fundamentally be a man.  In every single culture since all of time men have always been the vanguards of a nation.  Women nurture and men protect – this has always been the foundations for any society or nation.  It’s the natural order, that’s why it’s been repeated through all cultures since all time.  It works the best of all.

When men forget what it is to be men, when they no longer feel a sense of duty to be the vanguards, then your society becomes weak and increasingly vulnerable to multiple types of threat, internally or otherwise.
And that’s where Britain is at today.  For at least one whole generation men have forgotten how to be men and have replaced that natural sense of duty with behaviours and ideas that are decadent, narcissistic, selfish and weak.  Men who define themselves by nothing other than by ego and superficiality.  Take the so called ‘Metrosexual’.  Here’s how Wiki defines it:

Metrosexual is a portmanteau of metropolitan and sexual, coined in 1994 describing a man (especially one living in an urban, post-industrial, capitalist culture) who is especially meticulous about his grooming and appearance, typically spending a significant amount of time and money on shopping as part of this.

The term metrosexual originated in an article by Mark Simpson published on November 15, 1994, in The Independent. Simpson wrote:

“Metrosexual man, the single young man with a high disposable income, living or working in the city (because that’s where all the best shops are), is perhaps the most promising consumer market of the decade.  In the Eighties he was only to be found inside fashion magazines such as GQ.  In the Nineties, he’s everywhere and he’s going shopping”.

However, it was not until the early 2000’s when Simpson returned to the subject that the term became globally popular.  In 2002, Salon.com published an article by Simpson, which described David Beckham as “the biggest metrosexual in Britain” and offered this updated definition:

“The typical metrosexual is a young man with money to spend, living in or within easy reach of a metropolis — because that’s where all the best shops, clubs, gyms and hairdressers are.  He might be officially gay, straight or bisexual, but this is utterly immaterial because he has clearly taken himself as his own love object and pleasure as his sexual preference.”

Narcissism, according to Simpson, plays a crucial role in the metrosexual concept.  In the book Male Impersonators, he explains why understanding narcissism is vital to understanding modern masculinity.

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There you have it.  For about 20 years the men have lost their way.  What possible use would these men be in any sort of battle?  They’d be afraid to break a nail or have their bouffant messed up.  I guess the fact they visit the gym would be of use if they had any heart and fire in their belly – but they don’t.  How can they stand for anything when their very existance is defined by narcissism and superficiality?  How can they have heart when their world is about shops, preening themselves, clubs and hair salons?

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If I had to select between them and the women followers we have to back me in a physical fight I’d choose the latter – that’s how far men have sunk with this insanity.  At least when it comes to women I see some fight and fire.

This is not good enough.  British men need to reject these self-absorbed ideals and be men again. When men learn to be men again then you will see an organic improvement in social norms.  Men need to leave the Oil of Ulay and the tanning salons alone and get back in touch with their natural fighting spirit, their natural role as vanguards of their society.

Here’s how women can play a huge role in helping men to return to being men again – Women should collectively reject men who are like that.  Rather than put them up on a pedestal as the “best” example of men, turn away from that and reject it.  Mock it even.

If women can do this then I assure you that men will adapt to what you women tell men is appealing.  If as women you want a better nation then you need to understand how vital it is that men feel a sense of duty to be those vanguards again.  What do you think it encourages other men to do if you have a culture of women that idolise these generally untalented and deeply narcissist males?  It obviously encourages them to replicate those behaviours and roles.  If that’s what they think the female finds attractive then thats what kind of men they will aspire to be.  How’s that worked out in the past 20 years?  Not well as you can see for yourself all around you.

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