Can men love?

Can heterosexual men fall in love? Not lying-to-get-laid-love, or, I-love-you-but-I-also-love-other-girls-love or I-love-you-but-you're-a-woman-and-therefore-inferior-love, or I-love-you-and-must-dominate-you-love, but actual love? Does that ever happen?

I'm not a troll. I have Asperger's; this is a real question. I have never heard of a man really being in love and I want to know if it can happen. I'm talking about a guy who never pressured anyone to have s** or quit their job or prentend to be stupid or cheat on him or get a tattoo or cut their hair or learn a new sport or do the cooking and cleaning or change the very core of their soul or wear her hair in braids or have a baby. Someone who would never cheated on or beat or humiliated or terrified or intimidated or threatened (including but not limited to horrifying shouting and throwing objects) or...just, someone who acts like someone who's supposed to be in love.

Can a man love a woman for exactly what she is? Really love her? I've never seen it in real life. I want to know if it really exists. All the comedians say it doesn't and that men hate women because they are so emotional.

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  • I am in true love and am a heterosexual male. I believe that one (male or female) should be able to love themselves first and then they will fall in love with some one.

  • Also, I live in a very small town. All the straight couples in my town are unhappy and kind of violently abusive. My friends tell me things about the world and I believe them because I trust them to tell me the truth, but I recently learned that people don't like to tell the truth. I want to know if my dad loved my mom, or if he was evil like all the other dads.

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