You can always count on Hollywood to come up with absurd solutions for their political agenda.
Alyssa Milano starting a “sex strike” to protest the Georgia pro-life law is a perfect example.
But what this actress is doing to fight so-called “toxic masculinity” will make you cringe.
The term “toxic masculinity” is a relatively new codeword that social justice warriors are using to attack men.
They perceive traditional masculinity and gender roles as a threat to the LGBT community.
By labeling anything remotely masculine as toxic, they are able to chip away at the “social construct of gender.”
And now, Gwyneth Paltrow has decided to join the fight.
She is starting a podcast that will allegedly help men recover from their toxic masculinity by creating a vulnerable environment for them to tell their story.
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow has launched a podcast aimed at helping men push back against so-called “toxic masculinity,” as part of a series of new products for her controversial lifestyle brand Goop.
The new podcast, named “Goopfellas,” will reportedly focus on helping men achieve their personal health transformation, whether they be physical, mental, or both.
“It feels like we’re at a point in the culture where men are rejecting that sort of toxic masculinity,” Goop’s chief content officer, Elise Loehnen, told Fast Company last week. “We wanted to do something that was more about the emotional health of men, the importance of vulnerability, and this acknowledgment of how hard these things can be.”
The first episode of the podcast, hosted by celebrity chef Seamus Mullen and functional medicine practitioner Will Cole, debuted last Wednesday.
This is just another ridiculous publicity stunt meant to get attention and make the actress money.
Hollywood is so out-of-touch with everyday Americans they have no idea how to effect change for their own causes.
A podcast where she attempts to get men to cry and share their feelings is not combatting “toxic masculinity.”
But it does make Gwyneth Paltrow’s public profile look better in the eyes of her leftist peers and give her the appearance of being “woke.”
What do you think?
Is “toxic masculinity” a real problem?
Let us know in the comments.