We don’t know each other, but I would love to have you sit next to me in a public space or transport. Given folks have lost all sense of civility if someone verbally accosted you, I would definitely say something back.

Being a guy that loves women (within the confines of consent and respect) and limiting my view to the profile of you medium shot I would hopefully not blush too much if you smiled or flipped your hair back.

Biological markers do not make the woman, her soul, spirit, heart, and mind do.

Her words and soul has reduced (JKR) from a real woman to a girl trying to imitate a woman. It is disgusting and she can learn the best she every deserves is boys or girls attempting and failing to be men and women.

You are a real woman, you are special, the fact that your spirit and soul and body don’t line up to biological doesn’t make you less beautiful. It actually makes you more beautiful and special.

With another author, I shared in therapy in rebuilding my masculinity after have it destroyed by rape and assault (and believe me if you see me I am not a man of small or thin stature (48" chest and broad shoulders and thick)). I learned when the boy within me was destroyed by others, my inner female warrior came into protect me as a person until the boy could be rebuilt back into a man.

It was here I learned about (through therapy) about the plight of transgendered humans and it along with becoming a feminist helped make me a good and strong man again.

She doesn’t deserve to call herself a feminist because she embraces toxic masculinity and trust me … I have bathed in that for decades and I know it and it disgusts me.

Be well, take care … and if you consent I have many warm hugs to give you or a shoulder to throw a fist if you are angry. I am partnered right now, but if I wasn’t your richness of your soul makes me want to say … coffee/tea?

Signed the boy from mars who thinks the girl from mars is allright.

Lover of people, Texas Feminist Liberal Democrat, Horse Farm, High Tech Gadget ENFP Guy, and someone who appreciates the struggle of women and wants to help.

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