So being masculine to you is?
Sports (likely: football)
Drinking (likely: beer)
Music (I'm assuming country and metal since both seem 'rough' and 'favor drinking and ****ing')
Clothing (what's masculine here? 1980's - 1950's? Define what 'masculine clothes' are please)
Testosterone levels: So declining testosterone levels = being less masculine (Than who, Butch Cassidy?) So woman who go through menopause are no longer capable of being feminine because their estrogen levels have dropped?
Do you realize your concept of masculine that you've presented is really: a rock-n-roll beer swilling meathead who's opinionated and just outright gross.
Somewhere in the last few decades masculinity took on a silly concept that - as your post shows - relies on superficial cultural and other things, mainly 'entertainment interests' - and a singular hormonal level that does fluctuate likely over time and between cultures (etc).
And this is an issue of maturity: whining demeanor you didn't see even 10 years ago.
You know my father's a minister - as was his father. And my Grandparents were both in the war. None of them exemplified the 'stereotypical jock male' that drinks and so on like you seem to define as 'masculine' but they certainly aren't 'feminine' . . . so I don't know what type of 'guys' you're referring to here.Look at how men acted in the 80's compared with today.
Maybe you should research what masculinity *has been* in the past - the Victorian version of masculinity was refined and not at all an ignorant beer swilling baffoon of a troll.
"Masculine" is a social concept - it's cultural. It fluctuates. It is not rooted in science nor is it static.
- Why isn't having a good work ethic showing up in people's concerns? Taking care of family needs? Being well educated? Being mature and trustworthy? Etc?