Beta male Vox staff writer and defense correspondent, Alex Ward thinks the Marines have a systemic problem with sexism, and came up with a cute list on how to rid the marines of their ‘toxic masculinity.’ Ward apparently thought memorial day was an appropriate time to lash out with his virtue signaling – white knight, male feminist bullshit, instead of thanking the fallen marines who died for his right to publish his garbage on the internet. Thanks, Vox, for the reminder that your leftist bullshit will stop at nothing to drag your party into the mud and reassure us that your writers are scum.
The article, which was simply titled “The Marine Corps has a ‘toxic masculinity’ problem,” continued to claim that the Marine Corps often “marginalizes or mistreats female troops.”
Citing the Marines United nude photo sharing scandal, Vox staff writer and defense correspondent Alex Ward attempted to link the Marines with systemic sexism and listed ways how the Corps could get rid of their “toxic masculinity.”
“And to be fair, it’s not just the Marines. Sexual assault has increased in other services, and even in military academies,” concluded Ward in the article. “According to one Pentagon review, there were 6,172 reports of sexual assault last year.”
“So as the service tries to win battles around the world, the most important fight may be the one closest to home,” he continued. “The battle for the soul of the Marine Corps.”
The article was criticized by numerous other journalists on Twitter: