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‘Fox & Friends’ weighs in on the ‘wussification’ of men problem

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wussificationAustralian author Nick Adams believes feminists are suppressing men and that this phenomenon has become a national security threat.

“Even in Australia, we’ve gone from wrestling with crocodiles to wrestling with lattes,” Adams said Thursday on “Fox & Friends,” as he spoke about the wussification of men.

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Blaming feminism, Adams said the woman’s rights movement has delivered “angry women and feminine men,” adding that women “have bought into this destructive idea that men prevented them from being able to achieve their goals.”

Adams pointed out that men are under attack.

“It’s a very hard time to be a man in today’s society,” he told hosts Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Clayton Morris.

“Do you see this affecting national security?” Hasselbeck asked.

“Absolutely, without a doubt,” Adams responded. “I think it has wide-ranging implications. Weeps and wussies deliver mediocrity. And men win. And what America’s always been about is winning. So I think it’s pivotal to the health of the country.”

It’s poor phrasing, at best, to imply that women don’t “win,” but Adams’ remark does bring to mind the Obama administration’s recent decision to allow women to serve in front line combat roles.

Tom Tillison


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