Thats why theyre so angry all the time
Its ok lil doggy theres a human for every dog
@sploot, yep. we lil Mexicans need lil doggos.
Have you noticed also that the female community is built on insecurity?
They're so insecure about their facial features so they wear makeup.
They're so insecure about their height so they wear high heels.
There are a million different products they use to try to not be insecure about crap.
And this 'toxic manhood' women are against of boys being told to 'man up'; it's because they don't understand how not to be insecure. A better translation to 'man up' would be 'dont be insecure'.
However, this doesn't mean you should deny your wants and feelings. Just be comfortable with who you are and levelheaded- but don't be a baby about it who whines and cries and shouts when you don't get your way cause that's immature.
A better phrase would rather be to 'grow up'.
Men have learned not to give a crap about what other people think, they laugh when people insult them. They don't care.
You insult an insecure woman? They cry and bitch.
Do not think though this means to...
not improve yourself or not take care of yourself.
If you don't shower or wear deodorant, most people won't want to hire you.
You need to play the game by rules.
If someone doesn't like your hair or whatever for subjective reasons, that's they're choice and they have to live with it. You don't need them in your life cause they're narrow minded. There are other people out there who don't care and can accept you for who you are.
But in order to be who you are, you have to be comfortable with who you are and your body and features.
And that's not true if you're using products you don't need.
Men wear suits because they know it's not about clothes or anything special you wear. They're comfortable with who they are and know that what's important is themselves.
Woman wear dresses and jewelry and makeup and designer shoes because they mostly think it's how you present is what's important.
@Tentastic, well said 👍
@Tentastic, ♫ I’m an a-dult virgin ♫
@Jake the Doge, Technically correct since i'm gay though 😄, wouldnt want to spend my time around sissy fems anyway 😎
@Tentastic, I feel like this is too... "simplified" for the lack of a better word. Women don't use makeup and products in order to hide insecurities. They do it to make themselves look better. After all, if you can be better at something then why wouldn't you?
Women focus on presentation because it IS important. Usually, people wouldn't want to associate with you if you don't look like a decently clean human being, and more people would want to if they think you're attractive.
Men and women play different games. Women try to find suitable mates, and men try to find any mate willing to accept them
It's not anything about being insecure, it's about finding as many people to choose from in order to find the best one suited to live a life with
Insecurity mainly comes from society too. Both men, AND women suffer from it. Society sets up a beauty standard, and those who don't meet that standard feel inadequate at being able to find a mate. Hence, why they become insecure in the first place
The female community isn't the one making women insecure, it's society. Both men, and women can feel insecure because of society's standards
Sorry for the long post, I just wanted to put my 2 cents in
@PotatoOnion, I definitely understand what your saying and is imo was the weakest part of my argument that I need to ensure is sound. I covered it briefly when I talked about deodorant, but not enough.
Insecurity doesn't come from outside. It comes from within. To not be insecure, differentiate between when someone is being mean vs when youre acting unacceptable. If you know the difference, you can't be insecure because you're certain you're fine.
Men have learned to be themselves, accept themselves, and be themselves when approaching women.
Men have never asked others "do I look fat in this?"
If they look fat, they accept that they're fat and don't really try to hide it, they just try to either 1. Get skinny again to be healthy, or 2. Don't give a damn.
Women when they ask others that, they
1. Are in denial that they're fat
2. Think being fat is bad (not unhealthy, just ugly)
3. Think that the dress can not make them look fat
They're insecure about being fat.
@Tentastic, I would say insecurity does come from outside, at least partially . I believe this because of how society treats women. Take being fat, for example. Society tells women being fat is disgusting, and society says that the woman who's skinny and athletic is attractive. Something that isn't easy to achieve by everyone. Knowing the difference between someone being mean, and when you're being unacceptable would help. But when you're constantly told you're wrong by many different people, you tend to doubt yourself.
Men do feel insecure too. They dislike being seen as vulnerable, or emotional. Or anything related to being in touch with your emotions. Because, like women, society doesn't like it when you're not in their accepted form. Yes, it may be easier for men to be less insecure about their looks, but they're much more likely to be insecure of their emotions
@PotatoOnion, oh oops didn't mean to double send
@Tentastic, man I think you may be projecting. I used to cry a lot working as a mental health counselor. Toxic masculinity is the pressure that states men must be as manly as possible all the time. It's basically the pressure to pay for everything, never cry, and to always act masculine regardless of the obvious natural ambiguity. For instance ever talked to or heard girls talking about and even showing their nudes to eachother or making out? Guys dont do that even if they want to usually. How many guys have you met that proudly say I made out with so and so and it was a guy and they weren't openly gay? Theres just a lot of little things. However I do agree there is too much crying I listen to girls complain about periods nonstop because I am 1 of 3 male coworkers out of 25. I had back surgery fusing most of my spine at 13. I'm constantly in pain and scar tissue tears off causing agony. I also couldn't pursue my dream because of the surgery at least athletically.
@Tentastic, I just wish people would realize everyone has their shjt and get over taking it out on others.
@Runnin with scissors, I see. Toxic masculinity is more about over emphasizing male stereotype.
However, unfortunately I see too many people use it with normal things. Like saying 'toughen up' or approaching someone you like. Generally women say they "don't want unwanted approaches by men" and in the ad on 'toxic masculinity' guys hold back others from approaching.
This is kinda dumb, cause what differentiates an 'unwanted' approach from a 'wanted' approach. I watched an episode of OitnB where one of the girls went to a gym and literally stared at men walking out of the locker room until one of them approached her. Her action is really socially unacceptable.
You really have to be mature and deal with any approaches. Nothing's against females making approaches. It's just not stereotype for women to make approaches.
Guys definitely say who they make out with and fck.
Guys just don't go gossiping about it saying "oh my God can you believe he did so and so".
@Runnin with scissors, meanwhile, guys don't show others nudes because as I pointed out before, **guys generally don't care what others think of how they look**. They're not worried about how they look to others, and they don't care what others think of how they look.
Why do you think guys keep sending dik pics even when they get negative responses? They don't care that some women don't want/like them or how it looks. They're just looking for one woman who does and wants to fck.
I'm not saying that makes it ok, sending dic pics is still very disgusting.
But unfortunately I can't control it, I can only leave a negative comment or not respond.
@Runnin with scissors, Lastly, sorry for bringing this up last: good job at being open. I argued soome small points you brought up, but I generally think based on your experiences you had a right to your opinion and do have experiences that back it up.
Good job being open. You're confident in yourself and don't care that you cry whether due to emotions or pain. It's only natural, and imo this is really what is important. Youve accepted your emotions and your physical pain, and you aren't trying to hide it or insecure about it.
I think that above is really what is important, and you've definitely got it
@Tentastic, I absolutely agree with everything you said and you're right a lot of men carelessly send dik pics and I kinda think that's kinda my point. I understand your point of not caring about rejection but that kind of exposure is weird.
Well I've had a very fulfilling life so far. I was lucky enough to have severely embarrassing parents and many health issues so I've been able to get over most criticism but uh uh life finds a way to really ruin your day sometimes just know that's not the only day and find things you like.
also thank you I really appreciate everything you said. you sound like a good person
99.9% of all dogs come from the wolf. The chihuahua comes from the fox. That’s how you became a little runt
@Captain Cornleon, I was so ready to believe this, but then I googled it and I don’t think you’re correct, although there are a lot of conflicting opinions on it
Punt the rat!
Even worse, chihuahuas has a permanent soft spot on their heads, like babies. Imagine if you lived your whole life like that.
Then you get insanely mad when you think too much about it
What about pandas?