Too many people today feel that their lives lack meaning. Yet historical generations rarely struggled with such existential questions, otherwise we would not even be here. How does the current masculinity crisis play into the decline of the West, and what could give a purpose in life to each and every one of us in our age? You can find out in the second part of our in-dept interview with Imre Bedő, the founder of Men’s Club.
Toxic masculinity is not the problem that’s plaguing the West—it is the lack of masculinity. Having recognised this crisis, a Hungarian movement is dedicated to restoring the dignity and purpose of men, in service to families and the nation. The first part of an interview with the founder of Men’s Club about patriarchy, timeless values and the unquestionable superiority of conservative culture.