Not the way I’d like to see Canadian men making a difference, but I doubt he is going to benefit from it. (I hope not).
I was watching a US TV show, Bones. The episode was about war heros, men in the war and the afterwards, the after care and how they are not understood or respected for what they went through.
My mind went to women who have been through an attack or stalking and other violence and victimization. We aren’t given much respect, understanding either.
Also, we go through it all alone. We are alone when attacked, no team has our backs, no group of soldiers. Mostly by our own choice because we don’t feel chatty about it all either. So many of the same emotions but so much difference in how people react and how women are misunderstood, blamed and treated afterwards.
Women don’t think to be proud of having survived being preyed on the way soldiers are told to be proud they served their country.
The question is – what do women serve , other than being a survivor, what is there for them to be proud of? Should we think we serve men by being abused? Is that what we can be proud of, like a soldier?
Ironic that the TV show I was watching ended up being about the death and cover up of a soldier killed by friendly fire. Is that how women should look at it? Attack or death by friendly fire? It doesn’t seem friendly to me.
Do you know about Movember?
Movember is about men’s health, specifically prostate cancer. The idea of Movember is for men to grow a moustache in November and/or contribute to the cause of their own health. Growing a moustache is changing the face of men’s health, in a literal way.
Growing a moustache (also spelt mustache) myself doesn’t appeal to me. But, I’d wear a fake moustache for Movember. There are plenty of them to choose from once you get looking around online. You could choose them by facial hair style or hair colour. Of course, with a fake one you get to decide if you like felt, plastic, paper or something else too. You don’t even have to wear it on your face. I found necklaces, hair clips and mugs and glasses which make it look like you have a moustache when you drink from them.
How to Grow, Trim and Maintain a Moustache
- How to Grow a Moustache for Movember | ModernMan.com
- How to Trim Your Mustache: An Illustrated Guide | The Art of Manliness
- 10 tips for growing the perfect moustache – MSN Him UK
- How to Trim a Mustache: Mens Hair About.com
- How to Manage a Mustache | eHow.com
- How to Grow a Mustache | eHow.com
- How to Grow and Maintain a Manly Moustache! – Instructables
- Eating with a Mustache – MoMonth
- Mr. Clean to Grow a ‘Stache for Movember
What to do When you Can’t Grow a Moustache
- Create a moustache bow-tie.
- Live with mustache envy.
- Wear a fake moustache.
- Sew, knit or crochet amoustache coffee cosy.
- Create a moustache fascinator. (No longer on the site).
- Buy moustache sunglasses.
- Buy the pillow cases.
Men’s Facial Hairstyles
Would you Keep a Moustache After Movember?
Would you grow a moustache just for the sake of having a moustache?
My Uncle has had a full beard and moustache for as long as I can remember. He has always maintained it well. But it’s fuzzy. I’ve seen him itching it at times. Often he gests something in it when we have dinner. I know he keeps his beard clean and combs it out too, but it must still be a weird feeling to have all that hair on your face. It gets in his mouth when he doesn’t keep it trimmed close.
There are certainly downfalls to having a hairy upper lip.
But, there are men who look really good with a moustache.
Find More Moustache Guys
Is this funny? At Zazzle they seem to think this is funny. It’s also rated G, violence against women is funny and ok for children to see – as long as it’s about fat women.
I reported this as a violation on the site. They don’t seem to have a problem with gender, racial and other sort of aggression on the site – but that does not mean it should be rated for a G (general) audience, children included. It isn’t worth much but at least it doesn’t condone it as acceptable.
Will Zazzle do anything… I doubt it. I’m pretty sure this will still be up, unchanged for a long time. It’s ok to hate fat women as long as they aren’t lesbians, black, etc. Ironic that all sorts of women and men can be fat. Get your harpoons, your baseball bats and see how many you get.
I don’t really think men are stupid, in general. But, don’t get peeved at me. It’s a quote from George Carlin.