The great battle between good and evil in the networks is being carried out by machirulos and ironing panties, both words that come to show how the semantic renewal of the language goes through La que se avecina, but obviates other social changes: nobody irons clothes anymore inside, if it ever was. Neither the sheets nor the towels, only the shirts and thank you. No, the jeans, neither.
There is no need to explain its meaning, nor to which side each one belongs, machirulo, well, the man who claims to be macho according to the dictionaries that run through Google, although unfortunately the arrogant faction bragging seems to be so inscribed in the DNA that many they are without knowing it and even rejecting it. P lanchabigas may sound newer to some of us, but it is a word with a certain age, we find it already published at the beginning of the 2010s, prehistory, and it could have as synonyms calzonazos or blanguende, although they do not have exactly the same nuance in popular imagery: the panty ironer is one more step... down in the machirulo concept of masculinity, which consists of coming home, spreading out on the sofa and having dinner served to you. The panty ironer, on the other hand, may have even cooked himself and done the shopping. Submissive! Go get him!
Contrary to what an inexperienced person might think, the aforementioned do not feel ashamed by these definitions, on the contrary, as long as they coincide with the tribe with which they identify. A panty ironer, who, let us remember again, does not iron panties, has chosen this condition, as @veganibalecter points out: “if they call you a panty ironer, you are doing it right”. They are also called aliades, mangina... I admit that I had to look for the latter to find out that it comes from the union of man (man) and vagina (it) and refers to the male dominated by gynocentrism. What a wealth of language.
One does not know what makes the machirulos, alpha males, lords and adherents, the most angry, if the fact of ironing, or, at the height of domination, doing it for a woman, which is what indicates the undergarment. Let them iron, “like all their lives”, a trend that was triumphant yesterday on Twitter. Well let us tell you one thing: to all those who accuse panty ironers of seeking female approval, better a softy than a macho. That they don't even know that the iron falls on them.