There are first world problems, and then there are first problems. And then there is this s#!^.
Though computer geeks are often depicted as marginalized due to their social exclusion, Blodgett and Salter argue that the opposite is actually true, asserting that geeks are aligned “with a type of toxic straight white masculinity that is rooted deeply in current cultural struggles.”
Somebody pitched this book, and someone else said Yes!
Wait. It gets …
“Geek masculinity, with its absence of hypermasculine qualities and apparent association with ‘un-masculine’ traits, is often cast in popular culture as a marginalized masculinity,” the professors note, but they make clear that they do not buy this interpretation.
“The dichotomy is false: geek masculinity is not marginalized,” they contend. “It is instead an inevitable evolution of hegemonic masculinity in a culture where dominance and technical mastery are increasingly interwoven.”
And if you needed a bit more clarity, these are the sort of “experts” the Democrat socialists will align with to manage your lives in the promised utopia.
And yes, this is sort of rubbish is why college tuitions are so expensive and “graduates” are so…