Gender

6 01 2011

I asked a girl once if she puts gender in friendship, she answered yes.  Most of my friends do too.  But I don’t.  And I don’t know just why other people does.  If you’re a guy, why is it such a big deal when you befriended a girl?  Vice versa.  A big deal to you and/or to the rest of the world.  Is it because of the thought that our opposites can come with benefits?  A big red X mark to that.  I actually think it is only in friendship that a male and female can be counted as equals.  Gender doesn’t matter, it is not an issue…as long as you’re there and you care about the friendship.  It is not important if you’re a guy and your closest friend is a girl, or you’re a girl and your closest friend is a guy.  What’s important is you’re friends and you both hold the importance of that friendship.

Anne Morrow Lindbergh quoted, “Men kick friendship around like a football, but it doesn’t seem to crack.  Women treat it like a glass and it goes to pieces.”  And I say, What?  Lol!  OK.  It just means that both gender treats friendship very carefully, maybe in a different manner but still with care.  Men may kick you around like a football but not as hard as he needed to when in a game, it’s only to give you a little shake so you can go back to reality.  Women treats you like a glass, very fragile, that when she tells you to wake up she does it with all the tenderness in the world.

So to all the man and woman out there, go forth and make friends with your opposites!  Lol! 😉

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2 responses

16 01 2011
shau

i totally agree with this one… 😀

16 01 2011
AvesChordata

apir! 🙂

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