How do we measure manhood?
Not by how many women they slept with, or how much money they earn, but how much they are ready and willing to have some little sacrifice for their offspring if they choose to have one? Or how much they can live up to their commitment to their loved one.
What other points you would like to add. Thank you.
Legally any male over the age of 18 is considered to be a man. Everything else is someone's (opinion) of how a "real man" conducts himself.
Ironically most of these traits that we "look for" in a (man) are NOT (gender specific). We expect (all) mature adults to be responsible and accountable for their choices in life.
One man's opinion! :-)
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