The Pink Doughnut Phenomenon: Corporate America’s Attack On Traditional Masculinity Kindle Edition by JD McGuigan
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Overview: The American Dream of working 40 years at one company until retirement was never an appealing proposition, but it was once a reliable, respectable way to secure a good life and future, for a once healthy family unit. In the past it was a borderline worthy sacrifice for most men.
No longer is it reliable or lucrative enough to make sense as a life model, as it’s inherent flaws now loom larger than ever. The corporate world of 9-5 is designed to break down a man’s masculine essence, in a western civilization already overrun by politically correct hysteria and third wave feminism, which has bought corporate America to form an unholy power structure of ruthless misandry.
Meanwhile, the labor market continues to change thanks to unchecked corporate greed, mass-scale outsourcing, and greater competition coming out of our universities. There are now more candidates than ever vying for a decreasing number of entry-level jobs. Once fair, the game is now rigged. And against the advice of our out of touch Baby Boomer parents, it is imperative that we as men adapt to this. For if we don’t, having “job security” will be the least of our concerns.
Genre: Nonfiction > Business, Strategy & Management