i doesn't work like this. if you're underpaid and despised by everybody you're bound to suffer until the situation changes. i don't think a woman can understand. i allowed opinions by women because i'm against silencing people but i also don't think any woman who hasn't been in solitary confinement understands the loneliness and isolation more and more males are thrown into. you also can't understand the implications of people universally telling you you're not a real man. even doctors refuse to prescribe me the appropriate medicines because in their own words "a short man is no real man and can't be expected to have a real mans' hormones".
I don't know what type of doctors or women are seeing man, but no qualified certified doctor would tell you such a thing, because doctors are people of science, and when biology tells you what determines one's gender, which is genitalia, it's really not something I'd believe you with that doctors tell you that. Sorry to say. Maybe they don't wanna prescribe you certain hormones because you probably don't need them, which is a different thing. But to assume people hate you because of your height or financial situation is not the right thing to do. And yes, women do date shorter men and they do date broke men, it's not as uncommon as you think, and I personally know women who do, which is why my argument holds. Yes, I'm a woman and we have our own problems when it comes to our gender which also guys would probably not understand, but even when women have problems that are related to what others think about them I always advise them to work on their own confidence and self esteem, and to work on themselves for themselves, not for others to change their opinions about them.
the fact that you find it unbelievable shows you have no idea of the suffering many men must go through. at hte same time people complain about women not being taken seriously. i guess that's believable but what happens to men isn't.
The doctor part is what I find unbelievable, because it sounds unprofessional, so this either means you've understood your doctor wrong or you simply have to change your doctor cuz he doesn't sound like a doctor at all to me.
think of what it would take for you to date a 5'3'' guy. you'll realize it's unachievable. this "just be confident thing" has been debunked countless time and being confident as a short man gets you labeled as having short man syndrome.
I dated a guy who was 5’4!! But he was the life of the party, and a musician. Irish background so very funny. We broke up because he wanted to go back to his small town. Height is not a huge deal if you’re confident, smart, loving.
i wish i could believe that. the thing is every plainly time i ask women whether they'd date a short guy the universally say no (and statistics backs this up too), but whenever i try making a point it turns out they all dated someone who's always one inch taller than my example. women have also been shown to lie compulsively, so while i hate to be rude to you, i have no reason to believe you
“Women have been shown to lie compulsively” the fact you lump all women into some “other” bin is a reason you’ve failed with them so far. You need to re-evaluate your belief system because if you put women beneath you like that, then of course you’ll never find someone
it's the other way around. being constantly told by women that i'm the waste of a penis, oxygen, space and whatnot because i'm short is what pushed me to view women in a more critical way
that won't change isolation and humiliation. also one doesn't simply become the best at something. it's an unrealistic goal
Trust me. I am isolating myself as well. Everyday I work on perfecting my skill. I know it hurts, and there will be no one who is going to recognize your effort, for a long time. In fact, probably a lot of people are going to laugh at you in the process, cause that is happening to me now. But once you get really good at something, all these negative emotions you feel now are going to go away like the wind. It is not unrealistic if you are going to devote 10 years, 20 years, or 50 years to it. For me, I am planning at least 20 more years of hard work. You may think, will it be worth it if other people laugh at me for the next, say, 20 years, and then I achieve my success? I say it is worth, because no matter what you do, time is going to pass. You can spend 20 years to be good at something, or you can not do that.
what are you talking about? also i suffer from cognitive decline that makes me bad at most things. but i don't understand what you're going on about about perfecting your "skill". what skill? why do people laugh at you? people despise me for being short and male, so i don't think we're talking about the same thing
That is why you have to be good at one thing. Then they will notice what you are good at, instead of focusing on your height or gender. For example, many people heard of Michael Jordan because he is good in basketball, but not many people take notice of how he looks.
what does carry yourself even mean?
It means if someone is acting like they're better than you, you act like you're ten times better than them. But you have to develop that mindset so it's not just a front
it's called short man syndrome and it's just a ticket for more shaming and even physical violence. i shouldnt' be debating though
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