UK: Only 2% of Young Men Feel Masculine

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
December 23, 2017

Somehow, I’m not surprised.

This is your country on Jews. In less than 100 years, they’ll turn your country from a world superpower controlling a vast empire into a nation where 98% of young men don’t even feel masculine.

In a new three-part documentary artist Grayson Perry explores British masculinity in some of its most extreme locations – cage-fighters in the north east, in the police and among bankers in the City. With suicide now the biggest killer of men under 50 in Britain, one conclusion of the programme is that men (like cage fighters) who most inhabit their masculine identity can actually be the most comfortable talking about their feelings. In an era when defined roles for men such as mining have fallen by the wayside, it may be necessary to embrace masculinity in other ways.

That’s actually an important point. The fact is that the more confident and masculine you are, the less you care about what others think, and the more inclined you are to impose your views, feelings and attitudes on the world. In turn, that makes you more open, not more closed off.

I can guarantee you this guy doesn’t hide his feelings.

What’s making men unwilling to share their “feelings” is that the Jews have created a situation where masculine attitudes are shamed, so that any man with a normal outlook quickly learns to keep his thoughts to himself.

New YouGov research reveals the scale of the generational shift in terms of how young people perceive their own masculinity, and to a lesser extent femininity. On a scale of 0-6, where 0 is completely masculine and 6 is completely feminine, only 2% of young men (aged 18-24) define themselves as totally masculine, compared to fully 56% of men over 65.

This is in fact more telling than it might appear. You have to be pretty far gone to even consider answering a question about your masculinity with anything else than “I feel completely masculine.”

The issue goes beyond just not “feeling” masculine, but is rather a symptom that they don’t like the very concept of masculinity.

Even including the second highest level of masculinity, there’s a 56% gap between male 18-24s (18% at level 0 or 1) and over 65s (74%), and a 28% gap between 25-49s (46%) and over 65s.

There is a dramatic difference between young and old women on their self-defined level of femininity as well, but not quite as large. Only 39% of 18-24 year old women say they are almost entirely feminine (at level 5 or 6) compared to 77% of over 65s.

No surprises there.

American men are much more likely to think of themselves as exclusively masculine. Overall 42% of American men say they are completely masculine, compared to 28% of British men.

Wow, britcucks btfo.

Both young men and young women have a lower opinion of ‘masculinity’ than older people, but young men are harsher critics of the concept than young women. In contrast, the majority of young men (58%) have a positive impression of ‘femininity’, as do the majority of young women (55%). Overall ‘femininity’ has a net positivity score of +56 compared to +44 for ‘masculinity’.

Exactly. I wonder where they could have gotten this idea?

The fact is that the power of a nation comes from the strength of its men. If the men are emasculated, then it is impossible to maintain civilization for very long, let alone status as a major power.

This is why the destruction of feminism is the most important aspect of our struggle. By pushing men to reclaim their virile power, we can reshape a whole generation into strong, driven race-warriors who have the will to do what is necessary.