Numerous documentaries have covered Afghanistan’s practice of “bacha bazi," or “boy play.” This includes such “fuming racist all-capsing” productions as Vice Media’s “This Is What Winning Looks Like” and Najibullah Quraishi’s “The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan.”
In the Vice Media documentary, after a young boy is shot trying to escape his indigenous sodomizer, a U.S. Marine demands that the barracks be searched and any Afghan policemen hiding children be tried and jailed.
The Afghan police chief replies: "[The boys] like being there and giving their asses at night." He demands of the U.S. Marine: "If [my commanders] don't f*ck the asses of those boys, what should they f*ck? The p*ssies of their own grandmothers?”
Thank heaven we have "Law & Order: SVU" to expose NRA members!
In the brain of a “queer, Jewish feminist,” the thought process is: I personally don’t enjoy this perfectly traditional, masculine, Anglo-Saxon sport of hunting; therefore, I will portray American male hunters as butt-raping their own sons.
“Toxic masculinity” today: Dads don’t show up to their sons' soccer practice in time because they’re too busy working 60 hours a week to put a roof over their families' heads.
“Toxic masculinity” tomorrow: Dads demand the right to anally rape little boys—else they “f*ck? the p*ssies of their own grandmothers."