Haven't posted a blue pill example in the longest time, this one was too good to resist.
There has been a significant reduction in the suicide rate among females, with the number of women taking their lives having almost halved in the past 30 years. In this same period, however, the number of men taking their lives has actually increased.
Oh deary me, seems that equality isn't going to well. One group is killing themselves less and another killing themselves more? I wonder why that could be?! Time to expose THE SUICIDE GAP! LOL. Oh wait, nobody gives a fuck, never mind.
When I was growing up, Saturday afternoons were spent with my dad going to watch Crystal Palace FC play. Never before had I seen grown men express their emotions in the way they did on the terraces. It was the first time I remember seeing a man cry in public, and probably the only time I've seen men not trying to conceal their tears.
I've been to football gamers (soccer to you yanks) they are probably one of the few large institutions in this nation (UK) where men can all act like men and gynocentrism is kicked to the curb. Nobody gives a fuck about what women think in a football stadium, men are shouting, crying, whatever - passion for the game trumps everything and it's a nice socially acceptable way for men to show emotion and get it off their chests cathartically without the social stigma that normally comes when a male decides to emote.
Society seems to like dictating how we should act as males. A magazine last week dedicated an issue to How To Be A Man, By Women. We were advised to "go out, earn some money, come back and look after the children. Men should be men."
TLDR: perform both male and female traditional roles. The fish trying to educate the fisherman on how to be fisherman yet again, haha, like women know what it takes to be men! Oh the irony. Tells you a lot about English women. Generally speaking, AVOID THEM. Few gems in the rough, but that's the same as anywhere else.
it was the fear of not living up to such expectations that led me to almost taking my own life. What stopped me was another man's understanding of how I was feeling.
Yep, men typically have way less interconnected friendship networks than women do. We need more male spaces to facilitate camaraderie, again, it shows how the invasion of women into male spaces whilst creating exclusively female spaces without a reciprocal measure for men has affected men and how they socialise. Off the top off my head, the two spaces we have left in the UK which tend to go hand in hand and act as "predominantly male spaces" are football stadiums and pubs. If you're in the construction industry then perhaps the workplace.
stop telling males to "man up", and start showing them that grown men do actually cry.
I don't like "man up" as it's often used to shame and not actually be helpful. I do not encourage crying though, stoicism all the way. Only cry to yourself, women cannot be trusted with your tears. There's enough accounts here of women freaking the fuck out when they saw their man fall to bits and then subsequently leaving him, you don't need me to tell you this shit.
However, across the UK, the most recent statistics show the number of males taking their own lives is the highest it's been since 1999, and that suicide is now the leading cause of death for men between the ages of 20 and 49. The latest figures for 2012 show that more than 4,590 males took their lives.
Seeing as women suffer from depression more than men do BUT men are killing themselves more than women, it leaves us with quite the conundrum on what deductions can be made from these findings. Might explain why you have all these miserable nagging bitches creating diatribical sound pollution everywhere they quack whilst their male counterparts are no where to be found (offed themselves!)