Kamala Harris' Husband: 'There’s Too Much Toxicity, Masculine Toxicity, Out There'

Brittany M. Hughes | March 3, 2023
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Kamala Harris's husband wants you to know he doesn't think men need to be tough.

Which, granted, we kinda already figured. But alas, it never hurts to say the obvious out loud.

In an exclusive sit-down interview with MSNBC published this week, the Second Gentleman slammed "toxic masculinity" as the notion that men should be violent and angry. Which is apparently an idea he thinks most of society espouses.

“Let’s talk about masculinity. Has being second gentleman changed your own views of perceived gender roles or what it means to be a man?” MSNBC's Jonathan Capehart asked.

“This is something I’ve thought about a lot, something I’ve spoken about a lot. There’s too much toxicity, masculine toxicity, out there. We've kinda confused what it means to be a man. What it means to be masculine. You've got this trope out there where you have to be tough, and angry, and lash out to be strong,” Emhoff responded.

A a wife and a mother to a son, I can assure you - no sane, decent person thinks a man must be angry and violent to be seen as masculine.

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But Emhoff’s certainly not the only liberal to spew ridiculous tropes because they fit the left’s preferred narrative. While pop singer Sam Smith is praised for donning a corset over his fat rolls and posing in a magazine shoot, James Cameron has called testosterone a “toxin” that men must “work out of [their] system.” “Toxic masculinity” has routinely been slammed by Hollywood elites and blasted at awards shows. Vox once said U.S. Marines have a “toxic masculinity problem” - on Memorial Day, no less.

But if Emhoff’s at all worried about being accused of toxic masculinity, I don’t think he has anything to fret about.

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