This is the problem with the ad. The false concept that toxic masculinity damages men as much as women. That male suicide and violence against women have the same cause, and therefore the same solution - quotas and status for women and re-education for all boys from primary school to be more feminised.
It is not trivial, and it is not a fringe MRA issue. There is a huge split in psychology field going on - more in UK than here. A specific male psychology has journal started up that rejects the negative male model for care.
Just as feminists blocked physical preventative health services for males in the early 2000s, they are now trying to stop supportive science based mental health services for males now. Which is why they are hammering toxic masculinity so much.
Just think about it. We know there was a high suicide rate in boys abused by priests, and that a lot of them did talk about it and ask for help. They just didn’t get any help. Does anyone seriously think their suicide rates would be less if they had played with dolls and been dressed in pastel colours as toddlers.
@megz has a right to have her health care based on science and not on someone else’s belief that the best thing for her would be to have more children and spend more time in the kitchen.
LGBTI folks have a right to have their health care based on science and not on someone else’s belief that they are possessed by the devil and the solution to their problems is prayer.
And I and other men have a right to have our healthcare based on science and not on someone else’s belief that I need to be cleansed of the 7 pillars of masculinity (self-sufficiency, toughness, physical attractiveness, rigid gender roles, heterosexuality and homophobia, hypersexuality, and aggression and control over women), and then I will suddenly be healthy.