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Cat Men Destroying Toxic Masculinity

Oh man, now this is hot. The cat men are here and they’re going to take you out…or at least, take out your toxic masculinity. Thanks Sandman MGTOW for “All hail the rise of cat men, an antidote to toxic masculinity.” It’s an “online movement of men shrugging off the stereotype that ‘cats are for girls’ and flaunting their affinity for kitties, writes Hayley Gleeson. And they’re giving others permission to embrace a gentler, more thoughtful kind of masculinity.”

Time for you to just admit it! You identify with cats and not-so-secretly want to be one. Roll over for social justice and feline virtue boy! Be a good puss in boots and purchase a cat. Consider exchanging vows in a civil ceremony with one too.

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As always the real purpose of this feminist fad is getting you to quit acting like “a man” and more like a mouse.

Dr Heather Fraser, senior lecturer in social work at Flinders University, is currently working on a study of what she calls “feline masculinities” and the rise of cat men on social media — “that is, men depicted as keeping cats, and differently from their predecessors”.

The aim of her research, she says, is to better understand who cat men around the world are, what popular photos, videos, gifs, and news stories about men with cats reveal about their masculinity, and what such shifts in pet-keeping might tell us about the diversity of gender practices in modern society.

“There are aspects of orthodox masculinity that get in the way of or prohibit … many men from being able to talk in the same kind of ways about their feelings about animals as women,” Dr Fraser tells ABC News.

“So I think it’s quite an interesting cultural shift to see especially young men … taking on cat love and presenting it in ways [on social media] that challenge the stereotype that they’re effeminate.”

Of course, this stereotype has endured for hundreds of years.

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9 Comments

  1. TheVocalMale
    Posted January 25, 2017 at 1:11 pm | Permalink

    She may have a pretty face but that’s where it ends!

    I can’t find anything remotely attractive when a woman is looking that out of shape, I just can’t. Imagine that woman in the nude? No, no, forget that idea.

    • Bernard Chapin
      Posted January 25, 2017 at 11:48 pm | Permalink

      I’m with you never understood it

  2. Torgo
    Posted January 25, 2017 at 2:34 pm | Permalink

    That is one impressive kitty! Reminds me of my dearly departed Sox. In any case, we remember that Ernest Hemingway loved cats, and he is known as one of the most stereotypically masculine literary figures in history. Ditto for the recent patriarchal Pope Benedict. That “social work lecturer” should talk to Torgo (the Cat Dude of Michigan) about how cats can be great companions and lots of fun. And just like men, they have a gentle/sensitive side and a stoic/hardboiled side. But very unlike a former human female companion of his, cats won’t use your sensitive and supportive side against you!

    • Bernard Chapin
      Posted January 25, 2017 at 11:53 pm | Permalink

      if you’re happy i’m happy

  3. zigzzagz
    Posted January 25, 2017 at 7:07 pm | Permalink

    I like cats and I’m an arse kicking stud. A cat shouldn’t emasculate you and if you live somewhere cold like I do they’re like fury hot water bottles who sleep on your feet in winter.

    • Bernard Chapin
      Posted January 25, 2017 at 11:54 pm | Permalink

      i respect your diversity

  4. TheVocalMale
    Posted January 25, 2017 at 8:59 pm | Permalink

    I prefer Crows.

    Far more intelligent and don’t cost anything to run – just the odd scraps for which they will give you their presence as a wild animal.

    More rewarding from a personal perspective, and definitely more cool when the ‘public’ notice the relationship you have with a wild animal that’s largely apprehensive towards humans until you’ve gained their trust.

    • Bernard Chapin
      Posted January 25, 2017 at 11:54 pm | Permalink

      never known a crow i have to say

  5. TheVocalMale
    Posted January 26, 2017 at 12:57 pm | Permalink

    It’s just a hobby of mine, Bernard.

    I’ve studied them for years all through the year including the breeding cycle. It’s fascinating to watch how they operate very much as a family unit that even we could appreciate. Remarkable creatures, and more like us than one would first give credit for.

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