"Be unapologetic in your masculinity": Kansas City kicker goes viral for another fiery commencement speech
· May 14, 2024 · NottheBee.com

If you missed Kansas City Chiefs kicker, committed Catholic, and Giga-Chad lookalike Harrison Butker's commencement speech last year at Georgia Tech, we covered it here in all its fire and fury.

Now that he's got three Super Bowl rings weighing down his hand, he delivered an even more fiery speech at Benedictine College, particularly in calling men to step up in our society.

Here's the whole address, time stamped to when he addressed the men in the room:

To the gentlemen here today, part of what plagues our society is this lie that has been told to you that men are not necessary in the home or in our communities. As men, we set the tone of the culture, and when that is absent disorder, dysfunction, and chaos set in. This absence of men in the home is what plays a large role in the violence we see all around the nation. Other countries do not have nearly the same rate of absentee father rates as we find here in the U.S., and a correlation could be made in their drastically lower violence rates as well.

Be unapologetic in your masculinity, fighting against the cultural emasculation of men. Do hard things. Never settle for what is easy. You might have a talent that you don't necessarily enjoy, but if it glorifies God, maybe you should lean into that over something that you might think suits you better.

The whole speech is worth listening to, but that part really resounded in an age where women are being erased by emasculated men, and men are being told they're bigots if they stand up to the culture. And where everyone is being told to "follow your dreams" rather than submit yourselves one to another for the glory of God.

He also addressed women earlier in the speech and told them they've been lied to as well. There's nothing wrong with giving up their careers for the greatest profession a woman can have, being a mother and a wife.

We need a million more outspoken men like him.

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