Well, not really, but close to it.
I don't do much boosting of masculine virtues on here, partly because I think it's secondary to other concerns. But I'm noticing lately that one of the go-to criticisms of Trump is 'He's not strong. He's actually weak! Strong men don't feel the need to attack others or mock them, they don't brag about what they do! They're gentle and sweet and kind and nurturing! Their manliness manifests in quietly doing what they should!' Sometimes 'just like Jesus!' gets tacked on for a failed attempt at poignancy.
And yeah, it does remind me of the title claim, which I have actually heard before. Why, it's only a man who's confident in his sexuality who's willing to put on a dress and be laughed at! Only a guy confident in his sexuality - and that is REAL macho - is willing to give a guy head! Because only a weak guy wouldn't do something he didn't want to do! Right? Right?
Pardon me if I'm unconvinced, and also if I think that all sounds unforgivably stupid besides. It's a commercial for a certain mindset, and a bad one, like insisting that people who REALLY know computers are getting a Dell. Dells are pieces of shit, sucking cock isn't masculine, and being afraid of offending people is actually worse than the cock thing.
That's not to say I don't think criticisms of Trump, even Trump's 'virtues', are possible. Sure they are. The problem is that complete dismissal of Trump's 'virtues' isn't really possible. If Trump is wrong, he's wrong in part. He could be so wrong in part that he's not worth supporting, I suppose. But some things he does, some things he IS, are positive. He gets some things right, he does some things which are praiseworthy. The inability to admit that - the desperate attempt to admit that at all costs - is a flaw. A major one, and it's a hell of a lot more sinister and dangerous than 'Trump attacks his opponents'.
That's really one of my major problems with Trump's conservative detractors. They seem to, literally, oppose everything he's ever said of done. Everything, including his attacks on the media, his standing by his comments about Mexican illegals even as the world rages at him, and more. They hate him so much that they can't give him any credit at all, and that to me is weird and crazy and, yeah, more than a little faggoty. It's not even femininity - it's counterfeit femininity. Guy in drag being a tremendous parody-bitch.
Regardless, I'd say this shit has to end, but I know this is a necessary part of the process. Trump, win or lose, may well have started something that's going to change the lay of the right-wing land. By the end of it, it should look a lot more alt-right. And the French sorts - the eloquent conservatives obsessed with smacking down 'hate speech' and so on? Well they can keep their mouths shut, lower their heads, and just do as they're told until they grow old and pass on, surrendering one more battlefield.
Which, they will insist in whispers, is what -real- masculinity is all about.