The Dilemma of Disabled Masculinity

πŸ‘·Β are seen as traditionally masculine because they rely on their πŸ’ͺ for work unlike in men in πŸ™.


πŸ‘· are often limited to physical jobs because they lack πŸŽ“ and therefore cannot easily acquire πŸ‘”s as a backup if they become disabled.


πŸ‘· with an β™Ώ are increasingly able to seek alternative employment with greater ease through πŸ’» or going back to school to seek πŸŽ“.


Stigma is increasing for πŸ‘· who claim disability because of a new ease of acquiring πŸŽ“, πŸ’» or at an πŸ‘” because of industrialization.


Acquiring a β™Ώ is not only an 😫 for πŸ‘· regarding employment―their culture also includes masculine, physical activities like πŸ”« and 🎣.


πŸŽ“ higher education

πŸ‘” office job

πŸ‘· rural men

πŸ™ urban areas

β™Ώ physical disability

πŸ’ͺ bodies

πŸ’» working online

😫 identity crisis

πŸ”«Β hunting

🎣 fishing

1 thought on “The Dilemma of Disabled Masculinity

  1. lhorwitz

    πŸ‘·β™Ώ attempt to ↩️ their πŸ’ͺ πŸ‘₯ through altering their 🀝 to their existing activities (i.e., πŸ₯‡ a πŸŽΎπŸ€βš½ that they used to πŸ˜€). However, this affirms that the πŸ’ͺ πŸ™Œ is able-bodied, as β¬†οΈπŸ† is awarded through activities that inherently exclude πŸ‘·β™Ώ (or make it βœ‹ for them to partake). Additionally, the πŸ’“ to ⬅️ to activities that were 🎯 to their able-bodied πŸ† reaffirms the πŸ”₯ of πŸ™ŒπŸ’ͺ. How can πŸ‘·β™Ώ 🚫 πŸ™ŒπŸ’ͺ andπŸ’‘ a form of πŸ’ͺ that is unique to πŸ‘·β™Ώ?

    πŸ‘·β™Ώ= rural men with acquired disabled
    ↩️ = reclaim
    πŸ’ͺ= masculine/masculinity
    πŸ‘₯= identity
    🀝= relationship
    πŸ₯‡= coaching
    πŸŽΎπŸ€βš½= sport
    πŸ˜€= play/enjoy
    πŸ™Œ= ideal/hegemonic
    ⬆️= high
    πŸ†= status
    βœ‹= difficult
    πŸ’“= desire
    ⬅️= return
    🎯= central
    πŸ”₯= power
    🚫= reject
    πŸ’‘= create

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