Friday, January 29, 2016

Study Reveals that Men Don't Find Negative Masculine Traits Admirable

      Despite what the zealots of the religion of feminism would like you to believe, men across the world do not view the so-called "toxic masculinity" as something to emulate or to admire.

A study reported by Indiana University reveals that men from different nations rank respect, health and good relationships with their wives and family as more important than sex appeal or promiscuous:

"Contrary to stereotypes about sexual performance and masculinity, men interviewed in a large international study reported that being seen as honorable, self-reliant and respected was more important to their idea of masculinity than being seen as attractive, sexually active or successful with women. 
The study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine included interviews with more than 27,000 randomly selected men from eight countries (Germany, U.S., U.K., Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Italy and France), with about 16 percent of the men reporting erectile problems. 
Regardless of age or nationality, the men more frequently ranked good health, harmonious family life and good relationships with their wife or partner as more important to their quality of life than material, self-fulfilling or purely sexual concerns."

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