Kevin Sorbo called men in Hollywood “clumsy, useless idiots” with a “misunderstanding of masculinity.”
The Hercules: The Legendary Journeys actor, 65, who claimed he was shunned by Hollywood for his conservative views last month, has written a controversial new essay for Fox News., in which he blasted “Woke Hollywood.”
Taking particular aim at Timothée Chalamet, 27, and Billy Porter, 54, the star, who proudly pointed out that he made his name playing a Greek demigod, described the current craze for androgyny in mode of “crisis of masculinity”.
In his attack on the modern man, he also insisted that feminists “won” when men “give in to their basic desires”, such as drinking, drugs, video games and porn.
He wrote: “It doesn’t matter what end of the masculinity spectrum you are on; if you are a victim of your own basic desires, feminist culture has won. You’re exactly the kind of dirty man they (think they) want you to be.
Shocker: Kevin Sorbo called Hollywood men ‘clumsy, useless idiots’ with a ‘misunderstanding of masculinity’ (pictured in 1999’s Hercules: The Legendary Journeys)
The 65-year-old The Hercules: The Legendary Journeys actor, who claimed he was shunned by Hollywood for his conservative views last month, wrote a controversial new essay for Fox News, in which he blasted “Woke Hollywood.”
Shock: particularly targeting Timothée Chalamet, 27, and Billy Porter, 54 (photo from 2020), the star described the current penchant for androgyny in fashion as a “crisis of masculinity”.
Not for me: his new editorial on masculinity will no doubt cause a stir with his personal attacks on Hollywood and fashion beloveds Timothée (pictured in September last year) and Billy.
Kevin rose to fame through his starring roles as the title character Hercules in Hercules: The Legendary Journeys from 1995 to 1999, and as Captain Dylan Hunt in Andromeda from 2000 to 2005. He also starred in Xena: Warrior Princess.
In recent years, he has been a staunch defender of Christian beliefs and conservative views – which he believes led to his “cancellation”.
His new editorial on masculinity is sure to cause a stir with his personal attacks on beloved, fashion-loving Hollywood actors Timothy and Billy.
Speaking about their androgynous style, he wrote: “Today’s society seriously misunderstands masculinity… On the one hand, we like to normalize androgynous men, like Billy Porter, who wear skirts and puffy dresses…
“GQ 2019 Best Dressed Man Timothée Chalamet, for example, often wears clothes your grandfather wouldn’t have been caught dressed as Chalamet.”
He continued: “Everywhere we look, bold, confident, self-assured women lurk behind the stage, passive men quietly retreat into the background…
” In the basement. In the past, fathers, in particular, have become the butt of every woke Hollywood stunt, bumbling, useless idiots who contribute nothing to their family or community but sacrifice themselves as objects of ridicule.
Kevin called portrayals of men in Hollywood films “the brutal man who only abuses his strength and makes fun of masculinity.”
Shocking: In recent years he has been a staunch defender of Christian beliefs and conservative views – which he says led to his ‘cancellation’
His new essay comes a month after Kevin said in an interview on Fox News that he was ousted by Hollywood because of his conservative views and Christian beliefs.
The Minnesota native claimed he and his agent split after the Andromeda star was “blacklisted.”
He said: “It was sad for me, you know, my manager and agent said for so many years we couldn’t get you a job, work with you anymore because you’re Christian, conservative…
“We have a huge divide in our country right now, and it’s perpetuated by mainstream media, by movies and television.”
Throwback: Kevin is pictured playing Dylan Hunt in Andromeda