Hear me out. Have we convinced ourselves of a fundamental difference between men and women. Other than clear biological differences (even though we all start out as female in the womb lol) Do we all not want to be loved, shown affection, hugged, respected, and understood? Do we make things harder than they need to be when dating someone? I mean there are minor preferences and individual differences but perhaps we've bought into our social roles so much that they have become a part of us? Maybe the cause of our misery? Just thoughts. What do you think?
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Couldn't agree more.
One of the things I love about GaG/communication through writing instead of pictures/video/in person is that it somewhat forces you to get into people's minds, thoughts and a decent view of their psyche.
I like this because people can be a little more honest, take otherwise socially unacceptable pauses to think things over and communicate fully without trying to adapt their body language to match the message being said.
I have learned from prior relationships that relationships in general are not worth pursuing unless you can be relaxed, honest and satisfied with the mind/body of your partner. Otherwise, what's the point? Relationships should be about growing, learning and being mutually beneficial to each other. They should be a source of strength and power, not despair and regret.
Like you said: all of us want to be loved, shown affection, hugged, respected and understood. Even the absolute WORST of humanity wants that at some level, but they have most likely been through more pain and suffering than the average man/woman could bear. So understanding and trying to connect with someone vastly different than you can literally make all the difference in the world.
Big fan of yours, really like your spoken-word style of rapping/overall connecting with your audience.
Keep doin' you!7