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Male fashion is castrating.

The 'skinny jeans' craze is a curse. I bought into the hipster/cool image in high school (as did most of my peers), and it wasn't until a couple years later that I realized that my masculinity and manhood seemed to be on a downward slope. It wasn't until I was walking out of the house and caught my reflection that I saw the depths of my depravity. Skinny jeans, by design, actually cause men to walk like women by pulling the legs closer together and restricting movement. Subconsciously, this does A LOT of DAMNage. As soon as I took those jeans off, I trashed all of my pairs of skinny/slim fits, and jumped back into a pair of loose fitting jeans, I felt 10x better. It was then that I discovered that I had to actually TRAIN myself to literally WALK like a man again. Thankfully I'm highly self-observant and introspective, so I was able to pick up on and solve my problem. But how many men out there are unconsciously CASTRATING themselves? It's really sad. And skinny jeans are only one aspect. Moreover, watching the first few seasons of Mad Men made me realize men in general have been reduced to dressing the way only boys on the playground dressed 50 years ago. Next up: Female sluttish fashion. Sluttish attire isn't feminine, it's aggressive, pushy - designed to intimidate. They do it for the feeling of power it gives them over susceptible men, of which there are plenty in consumer culture. Men who fall for women who entice lust is a form of idolatry. It's because the mind isn't seeing the human, it's seeing an archetype. It's an illusion.

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