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China.K-Pop? Really, China? As the West turns gender-fluid and non-binary, China is worried that their boys are starting to get too effeminate.

With the Chinese Government issuing Little Men, a school textbook designed to buff up little boys’ masculine side and numbers sense in six easy arduous chapters, the current culprit blamed by Chinese Media for lowering the T-level in China has been pinpointed as decidedly foreign: K-Pop, and Japanese actors and anime.In fact, the Chinese Government is worried that little girls are too masculine…

Side note: Do you think that’s what happened in the West? Anime was huge back in 2004.

Aimed to target boys in Grades 4 and 5, Little Men will be taught during school hours, and obviously, girls won’t be allowed to attend. 

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  • Guest (Marge)

    A one child policy doesn't help this situation, especially when there are so few women 3 from 5 men won't ever marry.

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