For the next 20 or so assholes planning to post, I want to offer some advice.
Practical advice. Advice about life, and living, and doing.
We often read the phrase "acta non verba" which means act, don't speak.
I'd like to take that phrase to the next logical step as it relates to MRP - or at least Ask MRP - and encourage you to consider "acta non aska" - or act, don't ask.
Don't ask, type a post, wait for an answer, and then act (ATWA).
Instead, simply "acta" or act.
Because the very act of acting – and I don't mean acting like you're in a movie dumbass - I mean acting like executing - like doing - is a necessary part of your personal growth. Of evolving. Of becoming a man. Of going from "faggot" to "the man" and everything that entails.
Sure, you might act wrong, but so might we all.
Christ, the overwhelming majority of my own personal growth has come from acting wrong - my mistakes - not my successes.
You don't need a bunch of anonymous strangers to validate your choices or lay out your path or help reconcile your decisions, you just need action, and if the action comes from within then you are responsible for your personal growth and grow even more.
In that that action is independence. In that action is strength. In that action is absolution. In that action is the very essence of "being a man" that you crave so very much. In that action is frame, and frame, as you’ll soon come to understand, is everything.
Very, very few questions posted here are of such magnitude - and special circumstances - as to be justly influenced by the opinions of our masses.
You risk little when you act, but you gain much.
Acta non aska.
When you simply "acta" you grow. When you grow you improve. When you improve you become the man you want to be.
Give it a try.
What do you have to lose, pussy?