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Why do guys feel the need to protect

I'm a bit of a feminist myself so I like being independent, but when men get protective it tugs at my heart strings a bit. You shouldn't be so hard on yourself, I'm sure the woman was very grateful for your protection and help. Yes I had heard about the shooting and I found it extremely heart breaking. Of course length should't matter, it was the courage of the men that outshone their physical appearances. Thank you for your answer. I know what you mean, I'd like to believe that I can hold up well on my own.

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Real Men Are Warriors Who Protect

I spent the majority of my childhood mimicking the actions of my older brother and five boy cousins. For the most part, I did strive to maintain my stereotypical femininity by wearing dresses and playing with dolls — not because I had to but I wanted to. But being surrounded by mostly boys, and them being the ones I looked up to the most, I was taught to enjoy hobbies that are seen as masculine. All of these, of course, were acquired through my own will. I wanted to fit in with them, and more so, prove to myself that I could.

I wanted to be one of them, respected by them, and treated as an equivalent. And I was. All in hopes of fitting in, my brother, cousins, and I automatically assumed our new roles and differences in society. The difference was that now, instead of playing and adventuring together regardless of gender, my brother and all his friends felt the need to protect me. Whether that be due to biological instincts to prove their masculinity, or simply a fear that anyone would potentially hurt me, I was consistently looked out for by no less than 10 older brothers.

At school dances, they would jokingly threaten any guy to approach me. If they heard of a boy that I was interested in, they would ask my friends to make sure he would treat me well. One time even, I came home crying over a boy who wronged me, and the fury in their eyes proved that maybe they were more affected by it than I had been. I got lucky with my brother and who he chose to be friends with. Even though I had done nothing to gain their respect, my last name automatically incited protective instincts within them.

I have consistently been provided a group of boys who genuinely care and respect me, which was an idea so foreign to several of my girl friends that they have admitted their envy to me. One year ahead of me at UCLA, my brother had basically paved the way as he did in high school. I must say that most of his newer friends have welcomed me like their own sister. Many of them consistently remind me that to them I am family, and am able to come to them with any problem.

I notice the way they value my opinion and respect my voice. Lucky for me, they are the boys that every parent would want their child to become.

Even my closest friends are welcomed like family simply through association. Even still, though, these boys are not the same friends that I grew up with, and therefore do not have the same innate desire to protect me. Sometimes, they even make amorous remarks towards me or other sisters of the frat, even if they are merely jokes. My brother and I have both agreed that since my entire sorority is not off limits to him, it would be unfair to not acquire the same set of standards for myself.

Throughout high school and even through college, friends of mine have not restrained their own attraction because of our matching last names. Even when my brother assures me that he would never incite a double standard by pursuing one of my friends, society still deems it acceptable.

Never, however, would it be okay for his friends to pursue me. This brother-sister relationship, whether it be innate or developed through societal expectations, is divergent. My role in his life is far different from his role in mine. Rather, this is an observation of how two people, born around the same time, by the same people, in the same household, assume completely contradictory yet interconnected roles in society due to their genders alone.

Girls with similar brother- sister relationships have felt the same way. In this sense, Tessa is indirectly protective over the girls her brother pursues. His role in her life is to protect her from the men, while her role in his life is to assure he is not acting like the men he protects her from. He even confronted my parents about it. In an attempt to understand these seemingly common but problematic gender dynamics, I interviewed three college guys, all from different colleges, to see what they had to say.

Although having a sister embeds an intuitive desire to protect her, it became clear after talking to these brothers that they have similar protective relationships with other girls in their life, too. Their platonic relationships with girls have also taught them what girls typically have to go through.

So, what is it that compartmentalizes girls they protect versus girls they pursue? So perhaps all of us, ironically, are girls that are both protected and pursued simultaneously. Certainly, whether it be a brother, cousin, or platonic relationship, there are men in our life who intuitively feel the need to protect us. Often times, they admit that who they are trying to protect us from is in essence themselves. Although through these experiences, they admitted to have learned the damaging, ever-lasting effect of their actions which potentially dictates their future decisions.

Maybe the women men pursue can also be the women they protect. And better yet, maybe women can begin choosing which role they want to take on in the first place. Ironically, I am both.

2 Ways Men Offer Protection to Their Women

As a husband and father, you are the warrior who has been charged with the duty of pushing back against the evil that seeks to prey on your wife, daughters, and sons. It began as a shopping date with my daughter Laura, who was 13 at the time. I never dreamed it would end the way it did.

I spent the majority of my childhood mimicking the actions of my older brother and five boy cousins. For the most part, I did strive to maintain my stereotypical femininity by wearing dresses and playing with dolls — not because I had to but I wanted to. But being surrounded by mostly boys, and them being the ones I looked up to the most, I was taught to enjoy hobbies that are seen as masculine.

Women are often reprimanded for being complicated creatures, but the truth is that men can be just as guilty of sending mixed signals to the opposite sex. A lot of the reasons for why revert back to society's traditional line of thought around masculinity — and what's deemed "cool" or not — but let's be honest: That's no excuse. So if you've ever wondered what we, as men, really think and want, here's a sneak peek at what we wish you knew. Some guys may try to play it off like they don't need praise — they just threw on that T-shirt without thinking — but anyone who tries to tell you they don't want a compliment tossed their way is full of crap.

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Evidence of this can be found in the almost weekly TV news reports shown across in the world. This is as true for women today as it was a thousand years ago or even 10, years ago. Instead, her ongoing need to feel protected is simply about the fact that we still live in a very challenging and sometimes dangerous world. Despite our supermarkets, highways and smartphones, human societies are usually just a hurricane or tornado away from basic survival. For most of human history, a woman had to rely on a man to physically protect her and her offspring. It was basically the survival of the toughest. The physically weak could be taken advantage of and they often were. Only in the last 50 to years have women begun to feel safe when home alone or while walking along some well-lit streets at night without the protection of a man by her side.

Why do most guys feel the need to protect?

When gods and goddesses abruptly overthrow Earth, humans are given two choices — worship or die. Desperate to survive, Olivia and her family devote their days to fulfilling the will of the gods. But the wrath of the gods is insatiable and unpredictable. With her hope crushed, Olivia is resigned to her bleak fate.

I have a big mouth and a quick temper.

Of course, there is the legal system which offers a form of protection 1. Post-Incident Protection and the police 2. Pre-incident Protection.

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Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Some guys do this to me and its annoying. Do they like innocent girls or something???? I have 1 guy in particular that's my age will tell me be good, behave yourself etc.

Chelli Pumphrey. Truth be told, we are definitely two different species in many ways. But the good news is, when men and women learn to understand their differences, they can become beautiful compliments to each other and can thrive in relationship. If you want to see a man flourish and grow in a relationship, here are some crucial tips to keep in mind to help you understand the male mind. It means that he is responding to his most basic biological instincts , and that he sees you as something valuable and worth protecting. So, my sisters, I challenge you.

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Но он очень толстый. Жена отказывает ему… ну, вы понимаете.  - Беккер не мог поверить, что это говорит он. Если бы Сьюзан слышала меня сейчас, - подумал.  - Я тоже толстый и одинокий.

It is instinctive for men who give a damn to protect women and children, even if they are not our own. This is the single biggest reason(other - Guy's Behavior  8 answers.

Сьюзан ни слова не сказала об истинной причине своей беседы с Дэвидом Беккером - о том, что она собиралась предложить ему место в Отделе азиатской криптографии. Судя по той увлеченности, с которой молодой профессор говорил о преподавательской работе, из университета он не уйдет. Сьюзан решила не заводить деловых разговоров, чтобы не портить настроение ни ему ни. Она снова почувствовала себя школьницей. Это чувство было очень приятно, ничто не должно было его омрачить.

Он не собирался умирать. Он рассчитывал, сидя в испанском баре, услышать по Си-эн-эн пресс-конференцию об американском сверхсекретном компьютере, способном взломать любые шифры. После этого он позвонил бы Стратмору, считал пароль с кольца на своем пальце и в последнюю минуту спас главный банк данных АНБ.

 - Цуккини. - Сквош, - чуть не застонал Беккер. Сьюзан сделала вид, что не поняла.

 Очень остроумно.

 Вот. Если мы - охранники общества, то кто будет следить за нами, чтобы мы не стали угрозой обществу. Сьюзан покачала головой, не зная, что на это возразить. Хейл улыбнулся: - Так заканчивал Танкадо все свои письма ко .

Ключ стоит в сотни раз больше того, что он платит мне за его хранение. - Извините, но ваш ключ сам по себе ничего не стоит. Как только Танкадо узнает о том, что вы сделали, он опубликует свою копию, и рынок рухнет. - Вы получите оба экземпляра, - прозвучал голос.  - Мой и мистера Танкадо. Нуматака закрыл трубку ладонью и громко засмеялся.

Вскоре путь ей преградила кабина голосового сканирования, табличка на которой гласила: АГЕНТСТВО НАЦИОНАЛЬНОЙ БЕЗОПАСНОСТИ (АНБ) ОТДЕЛЕНИЕ КРИПТОГРАФИИ ТОЛЬКО ДЛЯ СОТРУДНИКОВ С ДОПУСКОМ Вооруженный охранник поднял голову: - Добрый день, мисс Флетчер. - Привет, Джон. - Не ожидал, что вы придете .

Comments: 3
  1. Samull

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  3. Mikalmaran

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