Sean Penn Pantses Girly Men – Opinion

Does masculinity seem dead? According to movie star Sean Penn, it shouldn’t be.

But it doesn’t look to be triumphing at the moment.

I know an actor in Los Angeles with an unmistakably macho make-up: a perfect recipe for Hollywood…in the 80s.

His opportunities are coming up dry — these days, it appears, Tinseltown’s interested in other types:

And it isn’t just Lala Land–

Sean, a Hollywood star and icon of masculinity, is speaking out against a reduction in the role of men.

Promoting his film, he was also interviewed Flag Day, he waxed on manhood to the UK’s INews.

Contemporarily, he bemoaned, “there has been an absence of male behavior.”

Transforming men are common:

“I am in the club that believes that men in American culture have become wildly feminized.”

It’s not something often heard in entertainment — even among those possessing savage physicality.

Like I mentioned last year, Dave Bautista was an action superstar who promised his next project Stuber would “constantly” address toxic masculinity:

“I feel like we’re in a time where we can talk about masculinity and how it’s always been very traditionally defined in a narrow way and how that’s led to problems for everyone — for women and for men. That stuff would make it interesting to be discussed in a masculine, traditionally male genre. The buddy cop action comedy “Buddy Cop” is a very dude film. We felt it was interesting to speak about the dude issues that affect all of humanity in this traditionally masculine genre. … Throughout the film, we’re constantly talking about it.”

James Brown’s been proven wrong — it’s no longer a man’s world:

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UK TV Show ‘Mums Make Porn’ Fights Toxic Masculinity By Mothers Making Porn & Showing Their Kids

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Sean’s not impressed by males’ societal softening.

But don’t get him wrong — persons with penises can still be sensitive:

“I don’t think that being a brute or having insensitivity or disrespect for women is anything to do with masculinity, or ever did.”

He makes a good defender of something that is so ancient. He’s not known for his conservative flair.

He’s championed COVID vaccine mandates, been a friend to drug kingpin El Chapo, and defended Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez.

Sean might make a righthand turning occasionally.

Last July, he called cancel culture “ludicrous.”

And now, as relayed to INews he’s “a little frustrated with the world.”

One part of the pent-up irritation is a transgendering.

“I don’t think that being a brute or having insensitivity or disrespect for women is anything to do with masculinity, or ever did. But I don’t think that [in order] to be fair to women, we should become them.”

Along those same lines, he recently told the Independent, “There are a lot of, I think, cowardly genes that lead to people surrendering their jeans and putting on a skirt.”

For the very last, consider it obvious:




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