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Here’s What The TikTok Trend Of, ‘Soft Guy Era’ and ‘Drizzle Drizzle’ Is All About

As Michael Scott says, “Look how the turn tables.” We are definitely seeing that errors fall down in TikTok right now. Guys are taking the place of women. Now we can’t surely say that it’s a mockery of the trend, or if this is really happening.

Meaning Behind ‘Soft Guy Era’ and ‘Drizzle Drizzle’

We all know about the ‘Soft Girl Era’ where girls, instead of giving in to the notions of being financially stable, independent and all, they succumb to dating strong men emotionally and financially who can provide for them.

Gender and role reversal is on the trend radar right now. In order to make their statement and prove themselves right, TikTok is full of people trying to prove their gender roles are correct. The reversal of this trend is a prime example of that. Humor is also used on social media in order to spread information and act didactically in some cases.

The Soft Girl Era did leave a mark as people were not really happy with girls talking like this, as if they were going back in the years of being dependent on men. However, TikTok has now come up with ‘Soft Guy Era’ which is literally the gender reverse version of that trend.

Men are now making videos where they want to date strong women, who are financially independent and stay with them because they can provide for them. The era has brought in the trend, ‘drizzle drizzle’, which is randomly included in the videos.

The term ‘drizzle’ also means drizzling of money on them which guys are expecting by dating strong women. The trend is all over social media currently and it gaining immense attention. Some people find it funny while some find it kind of offensive that guys are jumping in on the trend which they hated all this while because women were the ones doing it.

Gender and role reversal are on the trend radar right now. In order to make their statement and prove themselves right, TikTok is full of people trying to prove their gender roles are correct. The reversal of this trend is a prime example of that.

Humor is also used on social media in order to spread information and act didactically in some cases.

Also Read: Meaning Behind TikTok Trend, ‘What’s Up Brother?’ Who’s Behind It?

Shreshtha Banerjee

Shreshtha Banerjee: With 3 years in writing and collaborations with 5+ news platforms, Shreshtha, a BA in English graduate, is a trusted name. She masterfully covers Entertainment, Health, and Viral Events, showcasing expertise that resonates with a wide and discerning audience.

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