>>6824759>Implying that masculinity does not include the way you carry yourself, what you do with your life, and what you choose to say.
If a feminine person can make and say the same things, then those things you mentioned aren't masculine in their essence.>poncho and cowboy hat
You're entirely focused on the wrong things.
The point of the clint eastwood picture is that it removes all distracting subject other than his aesthetic. Then when you analyze the aesthetic, you find it masculine.
If you put a feminine boy or girl in the same picture and applied that analysis, you'd find a feminine aesthetic.
Same with the Mussolini.
The central subject of the rest of the images aren't masculinity. They are about some other subjects. They don't have a masculine aspect because they can be applied to feminine figures without changing their aesthetic.
They're just pictures about things and also happen to have men in them.
They belong in a thread "Stuff with males in them"
Not a thread "masculinity."