You've probably heard a lot about so-called "rape culture" and "toxic masculinity." You may even have wondered what the hell is happening to men in America. Now we know: Feminism is poisoning them. No--literally--Feminists are poisoning them.

In a blockbuster discovery, Intertek Labs, using a Quantum Computer Analyzer has broken down the standard-schedule vaccine plan and discovered something chilling: using specific, low-level chemicals called antiandrogens on young and infant boys permanently damages testosterone production. This is what's happening to our culture.

The Feminist Plan To Conquer Men

In 1981 radical 3rd-Wave Feminist Dr. Kristen Wright of the Berkeley University Bio-Sciences published a paper called The Millennial Man. Identifying masculinity and the 'aggressive confidence of the Y-Chromosome' as the driver of problems plaguing humanity The paper, chilling in retrospect, detailed the bio-ethics of the creation of a "21st Century Man" who would be "an equal partner" to his female counterparts. From the document:

Easily bruised, with a lower pain threshold than the modern-primate man, the Millennial Man will be statistically more risk-averse [ almost timid ], with an aversion to violence and confrontation. The Millennial Man will be in full awareness of his emotions but will also be guided by them in the way females are. The symbols of modern-primate man will be alien and frightening to him.

This paper detailed a breeding program to look for the attributes that Dr. Wright wanted in her "Millennial Man"--but science had other ideas. The adjustment of vaccines, directed by a cadre of liberal utopians, realized that by adjusting the vaccination formulas adding stepped-trace antiandrogens, they could permanently change the blood-serum testosterone levels of western civilization. A study of t-levels in men starting in 1987 showed a two-decade decline across men in every geography tested. Today, we get this:

Gersh Kuntzman of the New York Daily News fires an AR-15 and reports:

It feels like a bazooka — and sounds like a cannon.

. . .

The recoil bruised my shoulder. The brass shell casings disoriented me as they flew past my face. The smell of sulfur and destruction made me sick. The explosions — loud like a bomb — gave me a temporary case of PTSD. For at least an hour after firing the gun just a few times, I was anxious and irritable.

  • Easily bruised? Check.

  • Timid? Check.

  • Hostile to anything 'manly'? Check.

  • Emotional and hysterical? Check-and-check.

If this isn't changed, they'll win. If today's young men are like Gersh Kuntzman, they may have already won.