MATT KREMKAU / AP The ‘guy in the costume’ who wears a costume and doesn’t act like he’s actually there to help you.
We call them “mansuiters.”
We call it “manservant.”
And now the internet is giving them the nickname “bros.”
The internet is also giving them “bro culture.”
And they’re doing it all in 2017, which is a perfect time to talk about this new form of male entitlement, the man in the man’s suit, the manservant, and the bro culture that is taking over our social lives.
Here’s a look at some of the latest headlines: 1.
MAN IN THE MAN’S SHIRT, WHICH WON’T ACT LIKE HE’S THERE TO HELP YOU: In the latest sign of the growing manservanting phenomenon, this video, released by a man in a suit, has been viewed nearly 10 million times.
In it, he’s shown a guy wearing a suit who won’t take off his mask and who says to the guy, “Man, this guy is wearing your costume.
He’s your best friend, right?”
The guy in the black suit then says, “That’s the problem.”
In a post on the YouTube channel, The Masque Project, an artist from New York City explains how this type of manservanted behavior is the latest manifestation of a culture of male supremacy: The manservants want the men they are with to act like men, which leads to men having to act as if they’re just like them.
This is because men are conditioned to assume that they are men, and that they should always be the ones leading a masculine life.
The reality is that men are made to feel like they’re not, so they try to behave like the most dominant, aggressive and dominant-type men they can find.
The result is that, to the men in the mansuit, their masculinity is being taken away.
The problem is not just a lack of respect from men in suits; it’s also the lack of understanding of why men need to act that way, according to a 2014 study by the University of British Columbia and the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
In the study, the authors said that the “man in suits” are being told to “make men feel like men,” but instead, it’s their masculinity that’s being taken from them.
Men who wear a mask to hide their identities have no choice but to act out in a masculine manner, the study concluded.
BROS IN BROS’ SHIRT ARE TELLING MEN THEY ARE MAN’T “MANLY”: This article from the Guardian is about the bros who wear suits and who insist that they aren’t men: In a video, which went viral on YouTube, a man wearing a grey suit and tie, a shirt with an ‘I’ written on it, and a baseball cap appears to be talking to a man on a motorcycle who is dressed as a woman.
“You’re a man.
You are the guy in suits,” the man says, referring to a masked man.
“And you’re a dude.”
In another video, a woman wearing a mask, a bowler hat and sunglasses, is shown talking to the man dressed in a grey shirt.
“I am a woman,” she says.
“That means I am not a man.”
“I’m not a dude,” the masked man responds.
“Don’t worry about it.
I’m a dude.
I am a man,” the woman replies.
MAN’s SHIRT HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE “FREAKY BATHROOM” ONLINE, WHERE IT IS TOTALLY “MANLIKE”: A man in his 40s in a blue suit walks into a bathroom stall in the ’60s and begins stripping, saying, “It’s not a thing I do anymore.”
The video went viral, garnering over a million views.
In another clip, a younger man wearing sunglasses and a mask walks into the bathroom stall, and begins to masturbate.
The man then walks away.
“It is a strange thing to do,” he says.
He then walks out and sits down on the floor, and tells the older man that he’s “fucking old” and that he shouldn’t touch him.
The older man replies that it’s not “manly” to touch someone who’s already in the stall, so he’ll just move on to the next person.
The clip was taken down by YouTube, which said it had not reviewed the video.
MAN SEES THE BERNIE BERNARD VIDEO AND SAYS IT IS AN ACT OF “MAN-HATING SOCIETY”: The video that caused the most outrage and controversy in the world has been uploaded to YouTube.
But a new video is making the rounds online, where a man can be seen wearing a dark-colored suit