With the Social Justice Warrior’s war on masculinity, it’s not easy to come across the kind of entertainment fuel to keep your testosterone levels high enough to be an appropriate functioning, red-blooded American male. Sometimes you need to be reminded about what makes men great, and there’s no better way of doing that outside of bare-knuckle brawls than watching custom built race cars burning rubber and tearing up the streets like some kind of bestial RPM monster that ravages the asphalt and spews out fumes like a fire-breathing dragon on the prowl.
If you’ve been bogged down by too much of that culture war nonsense pushed by Soylent-injected male feminists who take breaks from raping their coworkers to brow-beat normal men about their natural masculine tendencies, then look no further than Ken Block’s Gymkhana Ten: The Ultimate Tire Slaying Tour.
This is the kind of video that puts hair on your chest, bloats your balls to the size of Christmas tree jingle bells, and makes you howl like prowler of the night. You can check out the 19 minute masterpiece of muscle car drift-porn and American-built four-wheelers rip-roaring across five different locations in five different racing conditions. The Hoonigans uploaded the video just recently on December 17th.
Now I know this isn’t gaming news, and it has nothing to do with censorship, anime tiddies, or SJWs ruining your favorite hobbies. But that’s precisely why I’m covering this tidbit of pop-cultural news, because sometimes men need a gateway to indulge in the sort of testosterone-laden entertainment activities that reminds them why they rule the world, and what better way of engaging in that indulgence than listening to a 1965 Ford Mustang with a 6.7L V8 twin turbo engine at 1400HP roar at over 5,000RPMs.
Ken takes the Mustang, the Ford Fiesta, the Ford RS Cosworth, the Focus RS RX, and the 1977 Ford F-150 across five distinct locations around the world, including Sweden; Detroit, Michigan; Los Angeles, California; Mexico, and Route 66 in Texas.
It’s an exciting compilation showcasing Block’s skills in five completely different kinds of environments, and the skills required to tame the mechanical beasts as they drift, slide, spin, turn, and skid across natural and unnatural conditions.
It may not be much of a Christmas present for some of you, but I’m sure the refueling of your testosterone is something your body is greatly thanking you for after having watched such a manly event as Gymkhana 10. Now feel free to get back to your regularly scheduled outrage routine by opening open that browser tab and scoffing at the latest Twitter drama.