I am a very colourfull individual: I am both extremely sensitive and emotional, as well as excessively competitive and sexual in nature. From that perspective, I am not much different than you, Keslin. Additionally, I have never had any such a thing remotely resembling a masculinity crisis, quite the contrary: I have always had a very clear picture of my identity, my goals and my ambitions.
What sets Keslin and I appart is this: as a boy, I am not allowed to display the sort of aggressive sex drive or dominating caracteristics that my forefathers were allowed to enforce, but neither am I allowed to openly be the sort of sensitive, loving, caring man that wishes he could just drop out of the work force for a few years and raise his kids at home.
In the face of a custody court battle, a mother is always a mother and a father is always the familly wallet; in the social mentality, a sensitive man is evidently a gay in self-denial and no way could he be a plain old-fashion heterosexual; in a politically correct world, agressivity and competitivity , even verbal, is presumed to be hinting at another potential rapist, random shooter or wife beater, if not at least a sexual harrasser in full power at the workplace.
This attitude starts at kindergarten, where a boy cannot as much as yell or complain about anything; he has to agree to whatever girls around him want, because otherwise parents get told that their son has an antisocial behavior that might hint at some future wife beating or criminal path, while girls are basically allowed to do and say anything they want. Afterwards, the learning models at comprehensive school and constant "equal opportunity" programs further erode the place of men, by nearly eliminating their chances of getting into college in the first place because a mainly female teaching staff enpowered with a feminist agenda fails to address male learning patterns thus leading to increasingly bad scholar performances for males, then making it nearly impossible for a (white) male to get a job because of "equal opportunity" hiring policies in the second place.
In other words, no matter what I might be
as a person, it systematically is shuned by society and often is so using the full extent of the feminazi agenda as reflected in those "the victim's heresay is admissible proof leading to condemnation of yet another male oppressor." type of laws already present in California and New Zealand. This has on many occasions reached the ridiculous extreme where I was subjected to sexual harrasment from women, but was clearly told by authorities that reporting the incident and going ahead with a formal complain or lawsuit would most likely backfire, because judicial tradition is about finding the male guilty and victimizing females.
So, Kaslin, I got news for you too: none of what you stated regarding female drive is new to me, but it does seem that what men have to endure nowadays, constantly having to watch what they do or say for fear of giving ammunition to career driven feminazis willing to get a false trial going to discredit guys and clear them out of their promotion path - to only mention that particular tactic - is something you should learn about. In pushing for their agenda, feminists have made masculinity illegal and, in some cases, criminal. So much for sexual "equality"...
The whole point of civilization is to reduce how much the average person has to think. - Stef Murky
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