I have a theory slash hypotheses about men. If you just go way back in time over hundreds and thousands of years, Men and women have strict roles in society. Late 19th into the 20th century and the 60’s and 70’s women started being, like, actually no, we don’t want this to be our role in society, and kind of feminism happened. The scope of what it meant to be a woman and the things that women could do broadened and there were lots of different ways that you could be a woman. You could work and have a family. So if femininity changes and femine-ness changes, surely the masculinity has to change too because they’re related according to Beckenham Escorts.
But we haven’t see that happen. So, women now have all of these support groups and there’s places where women can talk about things. There’s all of these events and everything going on. All of the support for women. Which is necessary. Still necessary.
But what about the men? And I’m asking this question genuinely. So, men have been kind of like left behind. What it means to be a man hasn’t been discussed as much as what it means to be a woman.
For guys there’s not really there’s no place that you can go and express your fears or your worries. You kind of are subconsciously encouraged to bottle things up. Cause I feel like, as a woman, there are so many places that I can go online but also in real life if I feel like I needed the support of other women and I just need to talk through some issues that are specifically related to being a woman.
I don’t think guys think about that and I’m not saying that in terms of like guys don’t care about their feelings. I just think guys don’t think they got these problems perhaps they should go and talk to someone about them. I feel like they kind of ball them up and that effects their behavior. A fact that gets thrown around a lot is that men are far more likely to die from suicide then women.
So, this is where I think people who are like not quite sure how they feel about feminism they see it and then they think oh, there’s also these stats and these things happen to men that we don’t talk about and they don’t get that feminism is about bringing us all to a point where we can talk about those things.
So I surrounded myself with people who encourage me to share my feelings.
I had an interview with my date before and here is his answers
Do you cry and you are open about when you cry?
– I cry once or twice a year. Except if I’m watching a movie. I’ll cry all the time at a movie. When I cry I will cry about everything That I have been bottling up and I will do it by myself.
Common men perceptions like we’re not going to teach you how to cook because, literally most of us, thought that was a subject not befitting boys. When all of the most famous chefs in the world are men. Isn’t it ridiculous? A basic life skill and they’re not going to teach you because they think that’s not traditionally masculine. It makes your mind melt a bit.