This doesn’t mean that women are not also seen as the issue, but this could be seen as something which takes place underground, to speak.
So, while there are plenty of newspapers and TV stations which are only too pleased to paint all men as being a particular way; there are also a lot of websites and videos on the internet that are happy to paint all women as being a certain way. It may then be said that it’s socially acceptable to put men down but the same can’t be said when it comes to putting women down, which is why this has to be carried out in a more covert manner.
Plenty of Fuel
Sometimes, something small will be used to show this, while at others, it’ll be something that is far bigger.
For instance, when a woman in the public eye asserts that she’s been harassed by a man, not a lot of thought is given as to whether or not that actually took place. There are at least two reasons for this: firstly, women are often portrayed as innocent and pure and, secondly, all men are often portrayed as primitive beings that can not control their urges.
The Accepted Narrative
Thus, no matter whether or not a man is actually guilty, he’s going to be used to support the opinion that all men are the same. Certainly, if a person is found to be guilty the appropriate action should be taken, but, without the evidence he has done anything wrong, it should not be assumed that he’s done anything wrong.
The people in the media who support this view of men don’t seem to care about the damage that something like this could do to an innocent man’s life. It’s like a person deserves to have his whole life ruined, irrespective of if he has done anything wrong.
And, if a woman believes that are men are the same, it is going to be music to her ears to listen to the mainstream media talk about guys this way. A woman in this way may have been in a number of abusive relationships, for instance.
Seeing a person go from a position of power to being destroyed is then likely to be extremely satisfying. She probably won’t have met this man, but seeing him go down will allow her to indirectly experience revenge.
The Other Side
In regards to what is occurring away from the mainstream media, there’s plenty of content which basically goes into how worthless girls are. One of the key themes is that women can not be trusted and that should they find another guy who has more money/status, they will soon vanish.
And, if a guy has been in a relationship where the woman walked away or if he has found it tough to experience fulfilment in this area of his life, for instance, he can be only too happy to hear other guys say that women are useless and good for one thing.
Letting of Steam
Due to what a person has been through he will no doubt carry a lot of anger, anger that is very likely to allow him to prevent feeling helpless and helpless, as an example. The experiences what he reads about online is going to end up enforcing what he already believes.
This is then likely to create even more space between him and women and make it even harder for him to experience fulfilment in this area of his life. Nevertheless, what this will do is let him be correct, and this is one of those ego minds greatest needs – being incorrect is seen as something which will result in death.
A Messy Situation
There are then girls who hate all men and men who hate all women, along with men who despise themselves and pedestalize women and women who hate themselves and pedestalize guys. Therefore, even though it’s not possible to say it is only men that are under attack, it is undoubtedly more socially acceptable to attack men.
If someone thinks that all men/women are the exact same and is happy to see a man/woman suffer, it’s very likely to show they are carrying a number of emotional wounds. If they could get in touch what they feel below their anger and anger, they might find that they feel rejected, powerless, helpless and worthless, amongst other things.
A Reactive Existence
Being in touch with those feelings is then likely to cause them to feel incredibly vulnerable; whereas being in touch with the surface level emotions (like anger and rage) is likely to make them feel strong and powerful. However, while residing in this way can allow them to feel strong and powerful, it is going to cause them to be controlled by how they feel.
In addition, it will stop them from having the ability to realise that not all men/women are the same and also to see them as individuals.
A Deeper Look
When it comes to the psychological wounds that someone can carry, what’s happened in their adult life is definitely going to play a part. Yet, what is very likely to play an even larger role is exactly what happened during their early years, and what’s been passed down from their ancestors can also play a part.
What happened during their early years which can be what’s defining how they perceive men/women and the sort of men/women women they’ll be attracted to and attract. If somebody had a father or mother who had been abusive, for example, it would have most likely caused them to undergo a lot of injury, and, it would have laid down the bases for them to be drawn to men/women who’d also abuse them.
The years would then have passed but they are still likely to carrying the trauma of being broken and abused.
It is then not going to matter what their conscious mind would like to experience, as their subconscious mind will want to experience what took place all those years ago. The trouble is that if someone is not aware of how their early years are impacting their adult life, it will be normal for them to feel like a victim and also to blame all men/women.
If going within and working through emotional wounds was easy, it would be a part of everyone’s life One of the greatest challenges to doing this type of work is the mind disconnects in the body to avoid pain, which can lead to somebody’s inner wounds being projected on others.
The men and women who they come into contact with will then press their buttons, so to speak, but they will not be able to see that these people are mirroring back what they should resolve within their own being. Without this understanding, they can end up seeing themselves as a victim and others as perpetrators.