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What Determines Manhood?

Uploaded by Waltohar on May 03, 2000

A man is not defined by his muscles, his facial hair, what he wears, what he drives, or by how much money he makes. The common assumption a lot of guys have is that being male automatically makes them men. Don't get me wrong a person must be male to be a man, but it is not the sole qualification for becoming a good man. A real man is one who takes care of life's responsibilities. Such responsibilities may include obligations to family, friends, career, and community. A real man is a role model and he respects women. Negative media that degrades women does not influence a real man. Real men don't measure themselves by the success of other men. Real men don't quit. Real men are mentally strong as well as physically strong. Real men are open-minded; they are not racist, sexist, or homophobic. Real men respect the opposing viewpoints of others even though they may disagree with them. A real man values education and is always ready to learn. A real man is confident in himself but he is not arrogant. A real man knows himself and his limits. A boy grows from a teenager to a man when he reaches certain milestones in his life. When a teenager graduates from high school he is no longer considered a child. He must go and make a productive life for himself. When a guy gets a job, starts college, earns his drivers license, opens his own bank account, starts paying bills, begins to date, and he begins to make his own decisions in life, he should be considered a man. Some kids grow up quick; therefore I believe that a man cannot be defined by age. A boy becomes a man as soon as he is successfully able to handle adult responsibilities. Some kids are not only expected to attend school and get good grades but they also have to deal with chores, run errands, and act as the man of the house because there is no father around. These kids learn the importance of family early and are often put under more physical and mental stress than the average adolescent is. Family is the foundation of our society and the father is a major part of the family foundation. Having children scattered across the country doesn't prove a person's manhood. A man should love his wife, but if for whatever reason...

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Uploaded by:   Waltohar

Date:   05/03/2000

Category:   Social Issues

Length:   4 pages (966 words)

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