It appears that men have always had the advantages. The odds are in our favour and we control much of the planet. But even then we face problems that no other gender could relate to.
What are those problems? That is exactly we will include in this article. Let’s dive in!
1. Shy Bladder Syndrome
Do you know how to use a urinal properly? Everyone is aware that you should never urinate next to a man.
But from where does this originate? Shy Bladder Syndrome is also known as paruresis. Men (or women) may have psychological problems that make it difficult to urinate in public. It gets difficult the closer we get to other people.
When an odd number of urinals are occupied, what should you do? When the restrooms are not open? There is no other option but to take the plunge and enter the situation.
2. Morning Wood
Although it looks annoying, this actually shows that your body functions are in good health.
Because testosterone reaches its highest peak in the morning shortly after you wake up, nocturnal penile tumescence (NPT) occurs. Your brain unwinds when you sleep, allowing testosterone to enter your body. Erections can frequently be caused by these hormonal changes.
Plus, we have to go potty first thing in the morning. Ever ponder why it’s so challenging?
The urethra is compressed and sealed by the corpora cavernosa and corpora spongiosum, two blood-filled chambers of the penis.
Simple application of slight pressure to the bladder solves such problems. In fact, bending over a little while sitting on the toilet should stimulate some creative ideas.
But keep in mind that morning wood is a typical and healthy occurrence. Don’t worry!
3. Random Erections
This is one of those problems that all men can attest to. We deal with this constantly: a stunning woman is presenting a presentation. You’re not a creep, but whether you like it or not, arousal begins.
Erection, boom. Once more, this is the outcome of typical bodily chemistry. Only if none of these occur should you be concerned. Whatever the case, a sports jacket is helpful. The same effect can be achieved by sitting down with a book placed over your crotch.
4. Premature Ejaculation
Premature ejaculation (PE), according to the World Health Organization (WHO), persistent ejaculation with minimal stimulation. It is one of the most prevalent sexual problems among men, affecting up to 39% of the population overall.
Chronic PE is thought to be the outcome of anxiousness brought on by an early sexual encounter that ended in an undesired climax. Both partners end up miserable as a result of the vicious cycle.
Fortunately, there are treatments and procedures that can extend your life.
5. Hover Hand
When a man wraps his arm around a woman without really touching her, it is known as the Hover Hand. What message is being sent? Weakness, unsureness, and insecurity. Simple reciprocation is the answer in this situation.
You can probably imitate a woman who poses with you and wraps her arm tightly around your waist. Don’t do anything if she doesn’t. It’s probably safer that way.
6. Making The First Step
In a 2011 study, 87 heterosexual college students were polled to determine whether they preferred to approach people of the opposite sex or be approached themselves.
Only 6% of the women surveyed were willing to initiate contact, in contrast to the 16% of males who preferred that women approach them.
These findings support the common complaints of men. We are responsible for initiating contact. As a result, we must be willing to feel the pain of rejection. The benefit for the females is that they may relax and make their selection.
What are the benefits? Practice. If she declines, the worst that can happen is that you have to go on. Take advantage of these chances to improve your chit-chatting technique.
7. Paying for a date
We are expected to take the initiative and pay for it as well. This is a method that women frequently mention in papers and interviews.
They utilise this to estimate their value to a male. Refusing to pay would instead infer that she is not worth the cost of even a dinner.
Unfortunately, there isn’t really a remedy to this. It is how to process of natural selection happens. Therefore, you should be prepared to pay for the date’s expenses if a lady accepts to go on a date with you.
8. Generating Income
One of the most common problems you will see men facing. We’ve come a long way toward achieving social equality. Women who were financially independent increased from 13% in 1980 to 31% in 2017.
According to objective evidence, we are still required to provide for our families.
However, a 2017 Pew Research Center research found that 71% of respondents believe it is necessary for a male to be the breadwinner. This demonstrates that despite our development, there is still pressure on us to be prosperous monetarily.
Men sometimes pursue lucrative but unfulfilling occupations because they believe that if they don’t make money, they are weak.
9. Muscular Power
Unbelievably, a 2017 study found that assessments of strength accounted for almost 70% of men’s physical attractiveness. The findings was released by Royal Society Publishing.
Therefore, society has a limited understanding of guys, and we are objectified in the same way that women are. This is unfortunate for people who are more drawn to cerebral activities and have a smaller frame by nature.
The good news is that you can exercise if you decide to work toward the ideal, but it shouldn’t be this way.
Bonus problem: Heightism
The biggest problem of all is that shorter males are helpless in this situation. They face actual prejudice.
Only 14% of males in the US are taller than 6 feet, which is a threshold that an alarming number of women have set. In light of this, 86% of men are disadvantaged. It extends past dating. Let’s look at some alarming data presented by Baylor University.
90% of CEOs are taller than average.
Recruiters favour taller guys for jobs When deciding between candidates with equal backgrounds, 72% of the time.
The taller guy has won 18 of the last 22 US Presidential elections.
Every inch a man gains increases his earnings by 600 dollars on average.
Is all hope lost? No, the 86% can change and succeed. Shorter men might take style cues from Tom Cruise and other monochromatic fashion pioneers. Additionally, you should get into the habit of focusing your accessories on your chest and shoulders, which is where you wear the boutonnière and bright pocket squares. It gives the appearance of height.
As a result
Real problems affect men. They can be simple annoyances or actual societal prejudices. Some of them we can overcome, while others force us to accept them and follow the rules. In either case, we can adjust and succeed; good luck to you all!