So, Gillette came up with an advertisement with the intentions of making us better men. It was gender-oriented and asked us, men, to hold other men accountable for their actions. A great move and a beautiful video. But the comments section was flooded with hurt egos of toxic masculinity. I'm here with some stories to hurt or heal more egos of toxic men.
"Why should I man up?" I guess this needed to be addressed, too. It's super important to realize that men can be men and still do anything human. Women can be women and still be human. Do click the title and read the poem.....
Why should I man up?
We are human, why do we forget? / Humans have faults. / We give [..]