A group dubbed ‘Super Happy Fun America’ plans to stage a ‘straight pride’ parade in late August in Boston to recognize the accomplishments of straight Americans. Is there room in America for celebration of achievements by heterosexuals, or is a straight pride parade inherently offensive, and discriminatory against homosexuals? Should Boston grant the parade permit?
Major Hollywood Progressive actor Meryl Streep publicly rejects the term “toxic masculinity” as bad for all, not just for men. She notes that “women can be pretty f-ing toxic too.” Is this a watershed moment that signals more civil dialogue from Hollywood, or will Streep’s Progressive friends blackball her for engaging in free speech?
Hot new dating app, Red Yenta, pairs idealistic socialists to fight “non-consensual power dynamics,” and perhaps for a cuddle and a peck on the cheek. Slackers of the world unite! Will this business of bringing together passionate anti-capitalists raise a mountain of venture capital, or will the hyper-political pitch raise red flags for investors?
Gillette wants it men to stop displaying, and tolerating, “toxic masculinity.” Bill Whittle says the razor company’s new campaign — The Best a Man Can Be — might produce the opposite result.