Been a male is by birth and becoming a man takes responsibilities.

@alpha7 (1910)
July 10, 2008 7:23am CST
Some people refer to certain guys as not been males but i think they are wrong because been a male is by birth but becoming a Man takes a lot of responsibilities. What do you think?
5 responses
@bowtieguy (5917)
• United States
15 Jul 08
I would agree that it takes more to being a man then just being a guy or a male. It is all about how you treat others, your level of maturity and taking responsability for your actions.
• India
10 Jul 08
ya u r absolutely correct alpha. being a male is by birth. but becoming a man takes responsibilities. very good explanation in one line. being a male in child hood and teenage is easy and very easy with no responsibilities. but when each male become a man in his later life, he has many responsibilities associated with them. they have to care their family, children, parents, earn money, etc., very good single line explaining very big paragraphs..
@lyzabelle (1668)
• Philippines
10 Jul 08
Male refer to a gender. While the word man stood a greater meaning. So it is safe to presume that when we call a guy a man. He is already matured and aware of his responsibility in the society. Man is the embodiment of a strong physical body and strong emotional and mental capabilities. Man resembles power, strenght and courage. It's just a shame others don't qualify to be called man.
• United States
10 Jul 08
I think that you are absolutly right. I love the way you put it in such a simple form.
@kingcrapper (1538)
• United States
10 Jul 08
There is a huge difference between a male and a man. A man is someone who stands up and takes responsibilty for his action and will even lend a hand when it is needed. There are so many single parent family out there and there even culture differences that will lead to single parent families. How can a man simply walk out on his kids? He isn't a man if he does.