A Letter To My Unborn Son

There’s something missing in the world today… There’s a big, black hole.

It’s the hole that strong, confident, powerful Men once occupied, that’s now growing bigger and blacker and deeper every day.

Don’t get me wrong, there are thousands and thousands of boys trying their hardest to fill that empty space, but most of them will never meet the lofty heights required to play in that arena.

They’ll just end up blaming others, puffing their chests out, and squabbling amongst themselves whilst that emptiness keeps expanding.

I don’t want my son to be one of those who fall short.

I want him to be strong, powerful, confident, free. I want him to be the kind of Man who can give freely to the world around him because he’s completely fulfilled and satisfied with his life and doesn’t need anything in return.

I want him to be a real Man.

I know that in order for him to become that kind of Man, I’m going to need to be the kind of role model that I, and a lot of guys who’ve made their way to AI, never had.

I was raised by a feminist, lesbian mother who gave me all the love she could, but wasn’t able to teach me what it means to be a real Man.

Why? Because she just didn’t know. She didn’t know what it was like and couldn’t pass the lessons I needed onto me.

This isn’t what I want for my son. I want him to know what life is really like, to start life with all the lessons that took me so long to learn, and to become the most powerful, confident and free version of himself possible.

To make sure this happens, I’ve started a new project: To My Unborn Son

It’s a website set up so that guys, just like you and me, can share the lessons they’ve learned, tell the stories they need to tell, and be the kind of role models that they never had when they were struggling to transform from boys to Men.

I’ve written out the lessons I would want my son to learn.

You can read it here: 14 Lessons For My Unborn Son

If you grew up without a strong male role model, want to make sure your son doesn’t, and want to have your letter published on the site, all you need to do is upload your letter here:

Share your letter here: What do you wan to say to your unborn son?

You don’t need to have an unborn son (he can have been born already). All you need to have is a desire to make sure that more boys don’t grow up without the kind of guidance that young Men sorely need.

Writing your letter could just inspire another Man to think seriously about the kind of Man he wants his sons to be and commit to making real change.

Also, if you know other people who might benefit from joining in to this project, please let them know.

The more people we can bring together behind this cause, the more lives we will have changed for the better.




P.S. No, I don’t have a child. But as I’ve growing older, the inevitability of children has dawned on me and I want to be as prepared as possible for when it happens.

P.S.S. Yes, there’s only one letter on there because I only started this project last week. If you want to be number 2, I would love to have your letter on the site.

You can submit it here: Share your letter to your unborn son





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5 Responses

  1. Josef

    I love your letter Leigh, that thing mades me cry like a baby bastard! :-D, a big huge for all

    • Leigh (LoGun)

      Glad to hear you enjoyed it mate. And I’m serious about you guys contributing. Why don’t you write your own? I’d love to have as many up there as possible.


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