When you’re asked to describe a man what comes first must be masculinity, strength, boldness, courageous, risk taker you know all this strong qualities and with women, it’s quite the opposite. We’re considered soft(most times weak), forgiving and understanding.
I’ve been noticing the rude comments from some boys about rape. Like if she’s playing hard to get rape her, if she’s spending your money you can rape her.
Where is the problem coming from?
Its from anyone/everyone that has ever said he’s a boy that’s why.
The excuse men give about rape is that they couldn’t control their selves, the heat of the moment, she was too hot. All this makes me wonder who the weaker sex is, you will hardly get a woman that will tell you that she messed up because she could not control herself is that not strength?
But with some men, the supposed head of the house that cannot control his snake man, does that not spell weakness?
You know where this originated from? From us saying they’re men.
As females we we’re thought morals, how to control yourself and the consequences point blank but with boys they say they are men they can get away with almost anything, am I right or yes?
So that has been engraved into their mind since the birth of them and also that their snake man controls them.
If boys were thought to control their snake man, tell them some consequences and taught about respect for women, won’t it be better?
But no, it’s easier to tell females to stop wearing that, don’t sit like that than for you to tell the boys that no matter what a girl is wearing you don’t have to stare, you can control your penis, you can resist a woman’s body, even if you’re attracted to her YOU CAN CONTROL YOURSELF
If this is what is thought to the boys, won’t it be absurd if a boy rapes a girl and blames his lack of self control? Won’t he think about shame that will make him not want to try it?
Till we change the teachings that we give young boys, rape will soon be a normal thing (I hope not) and what will they say? I could not control my penis and it’s nornal
Don’t you think?