Regarding LB, and expectations of what a "real man" is, this is something I've been thinking a lot about lately.

Traditional man roles of "protector", "provider", "warrior", etc have become not just useless, but harmful in modern life.

We need better man archetypes. Ones that don't feed the toxic masculinity monster.

Myself, I seem to have unconsciously gravitated to one of the few good (I think) man archetypes left: artisan. And even that one is quite anachronistic nowadays.

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