In the world's history of patriarchal heteronormativity the notion of masculinity is a staple, why would it ever change?
The image of raging men in ripped clothes, firing a gun, causing colossal destruction in the epitome of revenge, is still a common understanding of masculinity translated through mainstream cinema. But the longer we live, the less defined the notion of masculinity becomes. It tends to change as a reaction to cultural globalization as well as economical and political situations in the world. This leads to the main question – what expectations should a male character meet now to be considered 'manly'?