Not to move it off Gillette, but I'm sick of the entire argument about "toxic masculinity."
Everything "toxic" are the things that have allowed us to survive and evolve for billions of years from the first cells that started feeding on each other. Aggression and competitiveness allowed for hunting, for pushing each other to be stronger, to survive. Stoicism again, allows survival in harsh circumstances, not giving up no matter the odds. Sexual aggression literally continues the species.
We are an animal. Now, I'm not arguing that most of the traits listed as toxic masculinity are bad when they are continuous, when they are are the way one operates constantly. But again, we are an animal. We have maybe a century of technology separating us from nature, we're one good solar flare away at all times from learning how tenuous our hold on this lifestyle is were the infrastructure supporting it to go down. Compare that to not centuries, not millennia, not even millions of years, but billions of years of survival of the fittest. Where we had to balance hanging in there together as a social animal with facing the brutality of nature head on and succeeding on its terms.
In other words, these things termed "toxic masculinity" are not bad things - what they are rather, are traits that have a time and place. Less of a time and place in our society, but that doesn't mean they can be simply discarded over a few short generations after the whole of history building them up, nor even that they should be.
In this, I think a lot of progressives are just another religious cult, same as the ones they deride otherwise. It's a dogma, a belief in what "should" be, regardless of what reality is. A failure to see us as the animal we are. A lack of nuance, black and white, good and evil style simplistic thinking.
They aren't making themselves any friends and allies any more than the old "moral majority" busybodies and holier-than-thou do-gooders they have replaced were. I can't even tell the difference.