This article lightly criticizes "lifestyle rightism", which seems to be the trend of people adopting lifestyles or behaviors associated with the political right while minimizing (or not adopting at all) the underlying politics. Examples he gives are the followers of Andrew Tate, people flocking to crypto, and "new-frontierism" (basically moving away from cities and living in agrarian communities).
Does the author have a point with his criticisms? Or should lifestyle rightism be praised as a means of normalizing what conservatives want to be normalized anyway?
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