Hello everyone ❤ Before I start writing about “Feminism and Men”, I wanted to define what feminism means to me:
Feminism exists, when you are not defined by sex.
It’s that simple.
Your actions, your words, your decisions, everything is made by you, not your sex.
- Feminism is not “anti-men”. In reality, men need feminism. You know, being a man “is really frustrating sometimes”….and there’s no intention of joking there! Where society has gone wrong, is not “the lack of women rights”. It’s the fact that there are too many expectations from men. The main one is this one:
- Violence against women is a really serious issue and everyone would agree with that.
But what about VIOLENCE AGAINST MEN?
Some people do not even know that something like that exists. I am not refering to violence between two men. I am talking about violence by a woman to a man. How a man could possibly admit that he was hit or raped by a woman? He will “hurt” his reputation. But what about his heart and mind? How is he going to endure the pressure from a secret like this one?
- Maybe someday he is going to be a dad…maybe he has a beautiful daughter. What is he going to do then? Is he going to forbid his daughter to cut her hair however she wants, or wear whatever clothes she likes? The only outcome that comes by that kind of behavior, is a woman with a weak character, or
A DAUGHTER WHO IS GOING TO RUN AWAY FROM HER FINALLY ONCE SHE FINDS THE CHANCE
- A man-feminists, is the only thing that could guarantee real safety for women. Both,physical and mental safety.
By no means, I am not trying to present women as weak. But think about it. When you are in a relationship, especially when you are in love, you risk giving your body and soul to a “stranger”.
That “stranger” has to be in the position to treat your body and soul with respect.
Feminism is much simpler than we usually present it.
Feminism has to offer many pros to women for sure, but most importantly to men.
Women are going to come one step closer to the position they want to have into our society.
Be confident and do what you love