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Wake Up Redoubt – Toxic Masculinity

Toxic Masculinity is all about keeping you dependent on the government for your needs

Toxic Masculinity

Wake Up Redoubt – Toxic Masculinity

Episode 20-11, recorded on August 9, 2020

Covid 19(84)

CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

WHO (World Health Organization)

Confirmed Cases:

United States: 4,962,216

World: 18,986,629









United States




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Toxic Masculinity

The concept of toxic masculinity is used in academic and media discussions of masculinity to refer to certain cultural norms that are associated with harm to society and to men themselves.

Purdue writing guide: Words with ‘MAN’ ‘should be avoided’

Berkeley, California eliminates term ‘manhole’ in push to remove gendered language

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Everyday Carry (EDC)

A bug-out bag or BOB is a portable kit that normally contains the items one would require to survive for 72 hours when evacuating from a disaster.

No one will carry your bag out bag but you. Remember, men and women have different needs. 

A Good Bug Out Bag can be put together for under $100 in many cases

*This list is NOT all-inclusive*

You can buy pre-packed bug out bags, or you can put together your own.


1. Water

You should carry at least 3 liters. For expansion of you resources, you will need a water purification system, such as:

LifeStraw Personal Filter: portable straw filter to be used anywhere. Recommended!

Platypus Platy Collapsible Water Bottle: can be used for extra storage

2. Food

3 days is recommended for a basic pack

3. Shelter

Some type of tent or tarp and a bedroll, at minimum. You can include a ground tarp, or other items if you are able to carry them.

4. First Aid

You can buy a pre-filled kit, or build your own. Include, at minimum, pain killers, bandages, gauze, tape, surgical spirit, hydrogen peroxide, a pair of scissor and also any medications that you need to take regularly.

5. Clothing

Clothes should be similar to what you would pack for a weekend backpacking trip

6. Fire

At least 3 different ways to make fire

7. Information

Identifying assets that you hold. This could also include identification.

8. Money

A few coins would be good, but they get heavy. Bills are better, and be sure to keep them in a waterproof bag.

9. Sanitation

Include a toilet paper roll, hand sanitizer, soap and mouthwash. Women should pack tampons and/or sanitary napkins too.

10. Cooking utensils

A small container that can hold a liter of water will do, plus eating utensils.

11. Communication and Navigation

A hand held radio and a compass is bare minimum.

12. Self-Defense

Handgun, with ammunition, pepper spray, knife or slingshot in pinch

13. Misc

Survival Knife
Solar Charger
Zip Ties


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