It's 'Under Attack': Professor Says Men Taught There's Something Wrong With Masculinity
In the first installment of a weekly series on Men In America, Tucker Carlson discussed the disparagement of masculinity with University of Toronto Professor Jordan Peterson.
Carlson said many middle-aged men know people who have committed suicide, and that younger women may seem more "on the ball" than young men.
He added that in the recent rash of mass shootings, all culprits were men.
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) March 8, 2018
"Something ominous is happening to men in America," he said, noting that leaders and politicians claim America must instead create more opportunity for women and girls.
Carlson said men are twice as likely to be alcoholics or addicts, along with several other troubling statistics.
Peterson said that a lot of the problems can be linked to the public perception that there is "something wrong with masculinity."
He said that competition as a "valid form of human interaction" is shunned more and more in public.
"[A main] ideological worldview sees mankind as the oppression of women by men," he said, calling such an idea a fallacy and "pathological."
Peterson said that many of the problems that plague men in America stem from the fact their masculinity is often criticized.
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