What is it with the growing trend of men becoming women in current times? I don't mean that in a gender discriminating way, I mean it as men are responding with emotions that are generated from their internal vagina.
I don't understand emotion, it's something that's always been weird to me. These days men are a little too in touch with their emotional presence and don't quite act like men anymore. Where's the sharp edge? I feel like half the men I encounter are more concerned with what other men think of them than they are about doing them.
You always have the 'fake hard' mentality, where they talk about how everyone else is a pussy and that they'd fight anyone and everyone. They're from this place or that and because of that they're invincible. Those are always the ones that fold when approached, instantly cowering in the corner praying that nothing will be done to them.
Just because you act with impunity doesn't mean you're afforded it.
I do this sometimes, but not like most. I say I'm from Chicago because I am -- there were 38 shootings this weekend from 9am Friday to 12:30am Monday. These are statistics that are difficult to look past when you consider the small radius in which everything occurs. Chicago is a war zone and that's difficult to look past.
Granted I'm not looking to glorify senseless killings, but it's a part of life where I was raised. It's left me with a different mentality -- a more stern presence, less concern with the worlds thoughts on my actions, and just an overall more commanding demeanor.
Men don't really have that these days, they're raised to be pussies. They cry, they run and complain to mommy when they're bullied in school, they don't like sports because they're too physical. I never really understood much of this. If someone picks on you, punch them in the jaw.
Men are afraid of confrontation now, they don't know how to handle it. They'd rather speak about their issues and pillow talk than actually resolve them. It's a pathetic trend that needs to be put to an end.
I don't know where this began, but it needs to come to an end. I'm hoping it's a reverse bell curve that has already peaked and is beginning to return to sanity -- I refuse to have my son, when the time comes, become one of these new breeds.