Masculinity did get us on the moon


Actually it has Joshy. Being masculine in most cases means being bold, courageous, fearless, aggressive, curious about the unknown etc. If human race played it all safe the entire time, we most likely wouldn’t get to space, we wouldn’t explore new lands, we wouldn’t invent things that were dangerous 200 years ago, but are in every home today. Being crazy sometimes, pushes technology forward with faster pace than fiddling with it in the “safe spaces” lab for 20 years. Sometimes you just have to grab the thing and just do it. You may break a leg in the process, but you might get results 15 years faster. For some, that’s bravery and pushing things to new limits, for others it’s just whining on Twitter how harmful and problematic that is to others.

I mean, you need some serious cojones to strap yourself on one of the largest rockets build by humans to date, Saturn V rocket, a 111m tall, 2800 tons of mostly rocket fuel masculinity. The same one that brought astronauts on the moon… that’s masculinity right there. And it’s even phallic shaped…

I don’t know if that’s suppose to be “toxic masculinity” though… Everything is fucking toxic for you. Riding a bike, toxic masculinity! Kicking a ball, toxic masculinity! Peeling an orange, toxic masculinity! Jerking off, toxic masculinity!

Ever heard of hormone testosterone?

Pubertal development stage in humans

Pubertal effects begin to occur when androgen has been higher than normal adult female levels for months or years. In males, these are usual late pubertal effects, and occur in women after prolonged periods of heightened levels of free testosterone in the blood.

Stop reading Tumblr feminist crap and read some actual science for a change… While testosterone is not the only factor, it certainly is among the biggest contributors for typical male “masculine” behavior. Adding “toxic” to it is just a fucking Tumblrine buzzword with no actual meaning.


One thought on “Masculinity did get us on the moon

  1. If we had to do it today, America would never get a man to the moon, let alone build a rocket big enough. Saturn V’s will be considered mythology in a generation. :/


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