早前，一位中国男子接受外媒采访时说他每天都要化妆才出门，每月1/3的收入都用于购买化妆品、服装，由此引发了一波国外网友对中国男人“ 娘化 ” 现象的讨论
steaminghotgazpacho：The guy in the article spends 1/3 of his monthly wage on clothes and cosmetics.This seems to be just abject consumerism that's defended as self-expression/individuality.
downvotesyndromekid：People make a living these days just shopping and showing off their look of the day.
xbillybobx：I wish I didn't click on that link.
marcopoloman：Yeap. My 75 year old mom came to visit. After 2 days she asked me if there were any straight men in this country. Lol. Makes me laugh to think of the.
newhavenlao：Many of these 'dudes' on tv or Chinese hip culture have no muscles. And yet even the gym rats has no personality what so ever..There needs to be a change in order to make the chinese society masculine.
anonymou555andWich：you mean "Sick Men of Asia"???
你的意思是中国人是 “ 亚洲病夫 ”？
bpsavage84：How do you know they have no personality? Are you hitting on guys in the gym or what?
plorrf：I don't think this is very prevalent or mainstream yet. At least not in the North, where you're lucky when a guy changes his shirt twice a week. Generally spoken most Chinese men, unlike their counterparts in Korea and Japan don't really care how they look I'd say.
bpsavage84：Because most of the ones you come across at poor migrant workers who don't have the time or money to spend on that shit. This article is obviously talking about the city dwellers / new middle class.
plorrf：Wrong, talking about office workers in CBD and just generally people on the street. The majority couldn’t care less.
downvotesyndromekid：It's still worth remembering though that this young urban upper-middle class demographic has media visibility in excess of their actual population.
hapigood：North: Where the fuck are you where a guy doesn't change his shirt?
antifocus：Probably because China had been heavily influenced by Japan and South Korea pop culture.
lcyldv：Kpop? More like Gaypop. Am i right guys?
bpsavage84：China lacked a modern pop culture so they just straight up copied Korea as well.
Comrade_writer：Imported straight from the pits of EU entertainment industry.
taizong14：Why you say Europe? I would say something like this is more of a South Korean import.
MrsPandaBear：Who cares? Makeup and grooming doesn’t make a man. Being a good person is what makes a man.
unclecaramel：Looking like a pretty boi should barely effect ones maculinity. Masculinity is more about attitude voice and action, how you look should not be an effect on how masculine one is. Anyone who is judging base on look is shallow twat.
triumvir0998：Masculinity has intrinsic and perceived value, both in China and internationally. So giving up standards is really not a good thing.
Calver-o：Good opportunity for male grooming and skincare products though.
Lord-Uranus：Protein powder on its way
EwaldSphere7：All those feminizing toxins in products finally got to them.