Bloomers by Corrie Chen (Part 1) “I am the origin, I am every women, You didnt see me. I want you to recognize me, Virgin like the water that create sperm.” #deborahderobertis "When Stella realises she’s the only girl in her class who doesn’t have her period, she sets out to fast-track her way to womanhood through somewhat unconventional methods." Rather than complain about the state of female victims, let’s talk about the sad state of today’s men. They live in fear of “losing it” to women who are much younger, better educated, more determined, quickly gaining financial leverage. We are leveraging our own assets to buy houses without them, have babies without them, have awesome sex without them, explore the world without them, asking for no support and no permission. That empty man who buys attention from women, or takes what is not his, no longer has a role in our world. Let’s talk about the decline of manhood, and how certain males are not capable of coping with it. Instead of making excuses for our lifestyle choices, our singlehood, and the price of our accomplishments, we should be talking about how men are losing out, their desperate ploys for validation, the narcissism some manage their employees with, their struggle to remain relevant as men.
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