Rivelino’s ‘Green Line Theory’ of identifying weak men

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A mysterious social media under the username Alpha Rivelino took the internet by storm two years ago; Rivelino has constantly been contributing to gender studies and meme cultures by conducting social experiments on celebrity pictures online.

Rivelino is significantly associated with the ‘Green Line Theory’ in which he uses the green lines to determine weak men who lean toward women. Bold lines indicate strength while broken green lines indicate weakness.

According to the theory, women should lean in and not away and some of these signs are observed subconsciously,Using the photos of notable celebrities, Rivelino has conducted a social experiment on famous divorce cases among popular people who, in some instances, he stated that they comprised their frame.


The theory has not been limited to only relationships. Still, it extends to social circles, and in some cases, a group of given men submits to a fellow with high power and status.

“WHY CAN’T A MAN LEAN IN? When a man leans into his girl, he reveals that he feels needy & lower value. He reveals that he has a weak mindset, and that he feels dependent on her This is exactly what turns her off. She is looking for strength and confidence in a man, not weakness” Stated Rivelino.


Rivelino has outlined various other methods of the testing frame.

Cock  Shame

Rivelino highly discourages cock covering and highly describes it as it shows that the man lacks confidence in his manhood. As a sign of confidence, manhood should face the world without shaming it.


(Retired US President Barrack Obama)

Thumb Control

According to Rivelino, thumb control is a sign of dominance over the other person; when couples hold hands together, the man’s thumb should be over the woman, while the reverse indicates the man is weak.


(Photo of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle)

Claw touch

According to Rivelino, a claw touch is a signal of dominance and authority. Men are always free to show dominance over their women, but when women express the claw touch, there is a problem.


An excellent example of dominance includes.


How a man should stand.


Rivelino’s Green Line Theory is an exciting subject in the masculinity debates and it continues to raise several conversations about the subject.


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