MAN. What exactly comes to your mind when you hear this word? Is it strength and love? Or hatred and discrimination? I guess there is a mixed feeling that comes from various people around the world.
Meanwhile, the definition says that a man is a beautiful creation of God who doesn't only sacrifice his dreams but starts compromising at a very tender age. I'd instead say, from bearing the responsibilities of his elder ones to handling the outdoor works of the home, a small boy often grows into a man way before anyone notices. You may call him insensitive, yet he can feel the pain as equal as any other human being, it's just that he's better at hiding it. The sufferings that he goes through and yet glows like a chiseled diamond which came out from graphite, never does he let anyone know his agony.
This story is not just a compilation of a few posters and some written material on it; this is an open letter from a woman like me writing to all those men who think their sufferings, struggles, and pain go unrecognized. Believe me, the society may not know you, but many other women like me and I love you for who you are.
Let's have a look at what men really are and how society thinks of them to be.
I guess, the criteria for paying was never dependent upon gender. It's the courtesy that comes in men and women equally when they're born. This is the 21st century, and I think, women earn too and they can sometimes pay when on a date or at any restaurant with a man.
I guess a color is something that reunites everyone may it be red, black, white, blue or pink. Women were not assigned a particular color neither were men, then why does society discriminate a man who wears a particular color? I guess society was definitely assigned a permanent color 'Black' that surrenders their mind all the time.