Is it hypocritical for a woman to tell a man to be a man when she has no man being skills?

I find it bizarrely weird when a woman sees a man who she may deem as effeminate and does things that seems unmanly and tells him that he needs to be a man. How can a woman say this to a man though? She has no man being experience. If a woman says this to a man when she can't be a man herself, isn't she out of line?

Sometimes women will say you need to man up and she isn't even qualified to know how to man up, yet tell men to man up. Why is this hypocritical positions so prevalent through life?

It is different when men say it to men because he actually knows the things it takes to act masculine and has man being skills as it's his sexual essence but a woman wouldn't know with her feminine essence. Even if she acts like men would, she still wouldn't know how men really act and should act and seems to do this to get back at men as an insult.

How can a woman say this to a man when she has no idea how to be a man herself? Please share your top masculine advice and what it really means when people say time to be a man or whatever!
Absolutely
Vote A
Usually
Vote B
Sometimes
Vote C
Rarely
Vote D
Not at all
Vote E
Select age and gender to cast your vote:
GirlGuy
Is it hypocritical for a woman to tell a man to be a man when she has no man being skills?
3
4
Add Opinion