Photographed By: Cherry
- "We tend to believe that men have it easy, but they are going through the upset of translate just as we are in order to help us open our hearts, I felt it was necessary to include one chapter in which men speak for themselves." - Jeffers. 1992. (Dare to Connect: Reaching Out in Romance, Friendship, and the Workplace)
- "Because of their differing roles and socialization histories, males and females (both within and across cultures) may appraise situations differently, resulting in different kinds of emotional expression." - Brody. 2010. (Gender and Emotion: Beyond Stereotypes)
I am working on a personal project where I focus my energy on translating the thoughts of the men in my close society who have a strong connection with feminism and their emotional values. Even if they don’t believe the connection already exists within. I am titling it “Many Men” because I don’t want to use just one subject but, many. This is Brandon, one of my close friends who I interviewed for the project. He is bisexual and does not ever find the need to generalize gender roles.
Me: What’s the difference in between men and women?
Brandon: There is none. Imagine a world where we’re not assigned a sex or gender at birth. We just like, grow up and live…I don’t know —whatever feels right for us. There will be no difference. Like, there’s no difference at all.
— If you are willing to contribute to this project or want to be one of my subjects please email me at: email@example.com. Or DM me on Instagram: @_bombcherry —