I hate to blame President Donald Trump for everything to do with toxic masculinity but, hey, why not? He’s always telling us how red-blooded American men should behave, and his loudest message these days is this: Real men don’t wear face masks during pandemics. He doesn’t, and neither does his sycophant-in-chief Mike Pence.

Tough-guy Trump has been on a rampage to reopen businesses. And now that states are lifting stay-at-home orders, I wonder if the corollary to his no-mask rule is that real men go back to the office.

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