Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Vuyo Dabula shared what men would like women to know about them. Days like Valentine’s have been shifted to make the ladies feel more special by men, and rarely the other way around. Vuyo Dabula is a married man in real life, and although he keeps that part of his life private, we know he has a wife and a child.
Things men would like men to know about them.
He shared numerous photos expressing what men secretly want but cannot communicate on his Instagram page to their women. These photos were from a Twitter thread, and they contained things such as Male silence being confused for not enjoying their woman’s presence. They needed to be complemented by their women—falseness of the assumption that men do not feel emotional pain after a breakup. Men spend time with their friends and alone being a need for them, not since they don’t want to spend time with their partners. Men sometimes do not know how they think about certain things. Genuinely not understanding hints. Many more facts were in the images, and people were happy with it.
The comment section
Women were pleased with the thread, as it gave them insight into male thoughts. Typically, men have less knowledge and ability to express their thoughts and feelings than women fully. Reasons for this include young boys being groomed to feel less emotion and young men not finding ways that teach expression from an early age.
Men were also very pleased with the thread. Some shared the number of mentioned facts they best relate to. Some commented they wish their partners could see this thread.
Inequality of both genders in relationships
Society is slowly adapting to accommodating men and their feelings in spaces such as relationships and more. In relationships across the world, men are given less attention than women. Threads like the one Vuyo Dabula shared are insightful and helpful in the journey to changing this narrative in the future.
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