“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”

Turn on the news.  Put on social media.  Go to most college campuses these days.  There’s a war on masculinity underway.

The term “boys will be boys” is now sexist.  Chivalry is chauvinistic.  Black coffee has been traded for green tea lattes, relaxed fit jeans for skinny fit everything, and baseball caps don’t fit because… man buns.

Do we really want to eliminate manliness from society?  Not these men.

A group of Whiskey Patriots are putting together a three day event for 2019 called “Embracing Our Toxic Masculinity”.  Because the truth of it is that masculinity isn’t toxic… it’s necessary.

It’s an event where men can be men… and learn how to be even better men.  They’re also invited to bring their teenage sons as a rite of passage.

Some of what they’ll experience:

  • Hunting
  • Fishing
  • ATV riding
  • Lots and lots of guns
  • Workshops in chivalry and manliness
  • Speakers about God and patriotism
  • Training in how to be better civil servants by running events and organizations that are focused on service above self
  • Tips on how to be a better husband and better father
  • Eat what you kill (vegans won’t find a safe space here)
  • Whiskey tasting
  • Beer sipping
  • Cigar smoking
  • Music, campfires and more.

There’s a lot about the event being kept under wraps… specifically the date and location.  Why?  Leaders have already received threats of protests by ANTIFA and feminist groups, all of whom are severely lacking real men in their lives.

Tickets will be extremely limited and applicants will have to go through a vetting process. If you’re interested in signing up for details when they become available… fill out this form.

Embracing Our Toxic Masculinity

By the way… in case you missed it… here are some highlights from The Real Man Show… a series focused on resurrecting the art of manliness.  Enjoy.

Kyle S. Reyes is the founder of The Whiskey Patriots, Chief Executive Officer of The Silent Partner Marketing, and the National Spokesman for Law Enforcement Today. Reyes is also an acclaimed keynote speaker on patriotism and leadership, entrepreneurship and marketing by storytelling. You can follow him on Facebook.