“Toxic Masculinity”: The Home Defense Show Interviews Doug Giles

Written by Wes Walker on February 9, 2019

Traditional masculinity is officially swimming upstream against a cultural current.

“Experts” are now telling us it’s a pathology to be a guy.

What is it they’re railing against?

By Doug’s definitions, boiled down, traditional masculinity is about four characteristics…

Provider.
Protector.
Hunter.
Hero.

Those four characteristics work together and governed under the headship of Christ.

Don’t think it stops there, though. It’s not about chest-thumping or how much you can lift.

What should a well-rounded man do?

Reject anti-intellectualism.

Embrace the arts AND science. — King David was a warrior-poet.

What about the skinny guy who’s an absolute wizard with tech or numbers. Is someone like him kicked to the curb?

Hell no!

Hunting isn’t just about stocking your freezer — it’s about seeing opportunities and taking the risk to chase after them. Not just in the wild, but in the workplace, too.

Stick around to the end and hear Doug’s answer to the question of which Five Great Men he admires.

The Effeminization Of The American Male
by Doug Giles

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