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Discussion in 'Relationships, Discrimination, and Jealousy' started by D_Petherick_Poundlouder, Jul 18, 2010.
What does this mean to you?
Generally anything that's not a woman...
Do it all.
All the time.
Until the stars fall from the sky and Jesus comes back to take his followers to heaven and vanquish his foes and non-believers to hell with Satan where there will be fire and agony forever.
Maybe that's just me though.
take your responsibilities seriously, stand up for what you know is right, respect others, not need to throw your weight around or demand respect.
you get a bonus man point if you can open pickle jars.
and don't be afraid to show emotion including tears.
oh and straighten the back of my hair properly without scalping me
What Is a Man - Characteristics of the Ideal Man - Esquire
Being a man is a test very few men ever/consistently passes.
We all try to be men doing things that we think are the things men are suppose to do
but we often don't feel man enough ... most of us the clever books say.
For me being a man is being honest with myself, having confidence, standing up for
what I believe in, getting angry when it is appropriate to do so, pissing outside, not
wearing moisturiser which is not labelled "for me" (yes I have fallen for the marketing),
having a wank, having cum stains in my underwear sometimes, looking after children,
being kind, and fierce, not always knowing the answer but being a little stubborn to
ask for help ... and many many more things.
Would love to actually meet men in London from this site if anyone is keen.
When spoken by a certain subset of posturing macho males, “be a man” is usually a nasty invitation to be like them. Thanks, I’d rather not.
Something so vague and diffuse and ill-defined as to its actual meaning(s) as to mean too much, too little, or practically nothing?