Definition of a Man

I saw a post, one of the suggested ones on Facebook. It was an image that said “you should be respectful, and kind to everyone”. However I noticed the comment below while scrolling down, something along the lines of... “I’m a man, I don’t care”. I always knew I was different from most “guys”, but I’ll be honest it’s only really dawning on me now just how much that is true. Like Sheldon there were areas I didn’t see because it’s not how my mind works. One of those areas is how other men can act, especially towards women. I mentioned the last time I was non verbal when I couldn’t communicate for 3 days. The honest truth is that difference was the cause behind and was due to a misunderstanding right at the beginning. I had to open up to my friend, who I’d only known a few months by then. She realised that I genuinely didn’t know what was going on. She explained and I just got so angry that I couldn’t function at all for days. My anger was for many reasons but mostly because I could see finally how disrespectful men can be. The references that before went completely over my head, I now understand. And I really hate it. To me the value to a person is, and always will be their mind. Think about it, if I can’t communicate with everyone I need someone compassionate and understanding that actually gets me. Focusing on a body is pointless. To me a body is simply a vehicle for your mind. A man should be a protector of everyone in my opinion. Women bring so much value to this world. I really don’t understand how all men don’t see that. This might make me unpopular but I feel it needs to be said. Being a man doesn’t mean you do what you want and don’t care about your actions. If you are male and that is your definition of a man, you really need to rethink it... Please feel free to share any of my posts and please like or follow to be notified of future posts. All the best Ross www.mylifeautistic.com Words – Ross A Fraser Graphic Design App – Canva #NewLifeAutistic

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