Can you split a log with a single, mighty blow of your ax? Can you throw a ball, or hit said ball with a bat? Can you tame a beast, or ride one? Can you fix a car or hunt? If the answer to most or all of those is “yes,” then you have an advantage in the mating scene over what the social justice community is trying to push as the new normal.

According to the New York Post, a new study has proven what we all know. Women prefer manly men over domesticated, sensitized men:

Contrary to previous beliefs, oral contraception has no effect on what a woman looks for in a man, according to a new study published in Psychological Science.

“There has been increasing concern that the birth control pill might disrupt romantic relationships by altering women’s mate preferences, but our findings do not provide evidence of this,” lead researcher Benedict C. Jones of the University of Glasgow says in a statement to EurekaAlert.

The findings used data from about 600 straight white women, who responded to photos of a male face that had been digitally altered to either have more masculine features or more feminine features. The researchers also tested the women’s hormone levels.

The ladies generally favored the more masculine face, which appears to have thicker eyebrows and a narrower face. This was true no matter her hormone levels. The results debunked decades of research that found otherwise, but used smaller study groups.

The hypotheses in previous studies wrongly assumed that when women were fertile, they were more compelled to select masculine guys for evolutionary purposes.

According to the social justice community, masculinity is both undesirable and too dangerous, but according to the thousands and thousands of years of natural programming the human race has experienced, dangerous is exactly what women want. They want a man who isn’t afraid to get dirty, assert himself, and do harm when the need arises.

SJWs have gone to great lengths in order to phase out masculinity, but despite their best efforts of cultural reprogramming, they cannot defeat the natural order of things. The Starbucks sipping sissy who talks effeminately while making disapproving noises at manly things like scotch, guns, and sports may get a girl to consider him a safe friend, but it’s unlikely that he’ll play a starring role in her bedroom.

The social justice community can attempt to suppress masculinity all it wants, but women will never truly allow masculinity to go out of style. They want it too badly.