If I say, I am a man. You may consider me to be one of many.
You may only like part of who I am as a person.
To see who I am, you do not need to be me, but it will help to accept all of your likes and dislikes, especially your dislikes.
Calling me a man is a form of male identification but you will experience much more.
Greater exposure is key to gaining insight to the person you believe I am.
Live with me for a day or two, fail to do so at your own lose and expense.
To dismiss my failures and successes will reveal the ‘imposter’ you wish to see.
What should it matter my sex, my age, my religion?
What should it matter my monetary worth, my beauty or health?
Who can control these things?
The truth about me, will not harm me or you, be brave and get to know me.
Oh, you are me and I am you and we are all together…