Basically what he said below:
But yeah, nothing is wrong with competition until it goes too far, or to use another term “becomes toxic”.
Nothing is wrong with most things until they go too far. It’s the toxic level that’s the problem, not the masculinity.
Masculinity is awesome, until individuals take a trait too far and that needs to be addressed by them.
Also by society to stop making excuses. You don’t get to be and asstard, to use chassis phrase just because your male. You need to be responsible for your own asstardness.
I think by pointing out what becomes toxic, it actually proves “not all men”. But yet the general rection to the phrase “toxic masculinity” tends to become a little irrational.
And yet apparently toxic irrationalness or hystericalness is supposed to be a female thing. That’s why we were kept from power, leadership, voting, working out side the home, and even being able to manage our own money and bodies for centuries.
I understand your point of view, trust me I do, but I just feel like this isn't right at all. Especially from a scientific point of view. I feel the APA chose PC over science and in my opinion political correctness is becoming more toxic than helpful. While having the potential to help society, it's partially the reason why the rifts in society aren't closing. This is an example due to the misconception.
To this point, if you want equality, how can you do so by calling out individuals and telling them they're wrong? Many of those calling individuals out, are just as bad and they seek those same excuses society may use. Yes, competition can go too far, but that's where mentors step in. There is a larger number of good people over the amount "asstards" in this world. If we worry about pointing out their flaws, then we won't progress as a society.