All men are not the same

3 Jun

mommyx4boys decries our society’s very negative view of men.

trying to make things right

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I want to talk about something that is very important to me, i want to talk about how society is developing a very negative attitude towards men. This is something that needs to be addressed and stopped.  I know that there are men who have done terrible things in this world, but there are many more men who have done extraordinary and wonderful things, and to put all men in the same category simply because they are male is preposterous. If all men are the same because they are male then it stands to reason that all women must be the same because they are female. So i ask you are all women the same as Andrea Yates, the woman who drowned her five children in her bathtub in 2001? Are all women the same as Casey Anthony, the woman who…

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6 Responses to “All men are not the same”

  1. joshmaytr June 7, 2014 at 4:47 am #

    All men cannot be the same! That makes me agree with you on All men are not the same… You can make man melt before you and worship you like goddess if you know what men secretly want that won’t tell you in James Bauer be irresistible the respect principle guide…

    • navigator1965 June 10, 2014 at 4:54 pm #

      Thanks for your kind comment. My experience in life leads me to believe that there is an element of truth that respect in a relationship is very important for men, and that love in a relationship is very important to women. Not that women don’t want to be respected too, or that men don’t want to be loved, but that the relative mixture of them tends to differ between men and women.

      • insanitybytes22 June 12, 2014 at 8:26 pm #

        You’re quite right, Navigator. Men and women are very different, even in how we perceive love. Men do desire respect, which a surprising number of women don’t understand, can’t comprehend. It’s like speaking a completely different language.

        I have to laugh, I have fond memories of offending my husband and being quite surprised to discover this fact. Honestly, I was clueless.

        It’s really a shame that we live in a culture that is teaching women that the worst thing you can do is show men any respect at all. I mean, we show our girlfriends respect, our dogs, our room mates, our hair dresser.

        • navigator1965 June 12, 2014 at 9:21 pm #

          How true, ib22. We do tend to be different creatures. Somehow we seem to be forgetting the basics of how to live with and love one another.

          Perhaps there was a time when men and women knew these things and wisely passed this knowledge from mother to daughter, father to son.

          Hopefully, we will one day see such times again, if they ever existed. You’re right about modern times. Women are taught to do everything but respect men. Sadly, they are taught everything but how to love them, as a result.

  2. cindy knoke June 16, 2014 at 8:53 pm #

    This is certainly very true! We tend as a culture to only pay attention to the negative and bad things. I would like to read articles in the media everyday about good people, doing good. There are so many!

    • navigator1965 June 16, 2014 at 8:56 pm #

      How true, Cindy. There are nefarious individuals on both sides of the gender divide, just as there are wonderful people on both sides, and a fair number, too.

      Let’s hear more about them, men and women.

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