Whatever you think you know about Ramsi Lehner, there is always more. This hyperactive non-stereotypical artist has walked down multiple routes, eventually becoming a daring actor, quirky composer and a party-animal of a DJ.
In your opinion, how would you define manhood?
My father taught me to be independent, and my mother taught me not to be afraid to need her as a woman. She taught me to look inside of me and decide what defines my manhood instead of settling for society’s definitions.
Are there any false concepts or notions about manhood that we inherit?
Yes, for example men should not fear anything or express their feelings. This ruins the nervous system and doubles the stress.
Do men cry?
Yes, I cry. Last time I cried was around two months ago. It usually happens when there is a lot of stress, I prefer to release it through crying rather than bottling it up and turning it into negative energy.
What would you tell your future daughter?
I have always wanted to have a girl. I would want her to pick a man that is ready to learn from her just like she would learn from him. A man that is not scared to appear vulnerable at times in front of her.
In your opinion, what is one of the wrong widely-spread sayings about men?
“El Ragel may3ebosh ela gebo” (Nothing belittles from a man’s worth other than his pocket) It just turns men into ATM machines and limits them to only financial ambition. Men are much more than that.