Unisex Toxic Masculinity Tee


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Unisex Toxic Masculinity Tee

Toxic masculinity means when the archetypal image of what it means to be masculine becomes harmful. For example our society teaches men do be aggressive, independent, dominant and more. This is what men should be, they protect but can also be valuable and need people and that is perfectly acceptable.  In our society we are way too familiar with toxic masculinity. This toxic masculinity can be harmful for men and women. It shouldn’t be acceptable anymore, we need to cut it out of our society. With this Unisex Toxic Masculinity Teeto tell everyone to stop being this way, and to stop accept this. Constructed with a pre-curved visor, the hat keeps the sun out of the eyes. Adjustable strap closure and 6 eyelets allow for a great fit and comfortable wear all day long.

  • Unisex Toxic Masculinity Tee
  • The model is wearing size M
  • Sizes S-XL
  • Powerful message & unique design
  • Solid colors are 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
  • Pre-shrunk fabric
  • Side-seamed construction
  • Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
  • sourced from Guatemala, Nicaragua, Mexico, Honduras, or the US

Here are men sharing examples of toxic masculinity:

Wearing safety gear:

“I got made fun of for wearing lifesaving safety gear on job sites. There are people now who can’t taste, smell, or hear properly because they were too stubborn to put on earplugs and safety glasses, since it’s ‘not manly’ to protect yourself apparently.”

2. Wearing a seatbelt:

“I always wear seatbelts in cars, but every so often, someone will scoff or poke fun that I put my seatbelt on when we share a cab or an Uber. I don’t feel like smashing out my front teeth if the driver gets into a fender bender.”

3. Wearing purple:

“My favorite color is purple. I’ve tried to wear purple, and nope, too many dumbass comments.”

4. Looking up to non-male athlete:

“My earliest memory of toxic masculinity was when I was on my first grade basketball team. We got to pick our jersey numbers. I chose 14 because it was my aunt’s number, who was a D1 college player at the time. When I told them this, the coaches laughed at me. Apparently looking up to a non-male athlete was frowned upon, even though none of the coaches made it past high school.”


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