Right on. Rollo Tomassi (the rational male) i think said something very similar
I have read that one. It's marvelous. Simply remarkable. Although masculinity isn't a word for me, i can understand the points being made there. Men should read this.
What do you mean by masculinity isn't a word for you?
Meaning this word has no meaning to me at all. I don't recognize it.
Right? The point is - why restrict ourselves (or repress our true selves for such an image) instead of letting things be the way they are? Sounds like dictatorship to me.
Acknowledging and understanding masculinity (and femininity) doesn't mean you have to restrict or repress yourself. That's like saying you don't acknowledge the concept of cold because you don't want to restrict where you want to travel.
I am not sure what exactly you are onto. I couldn't understand your argument because cold is a thermal I can feel. But masculinity to me (and femininity) is as real as god and justice.
Masculinity is a set of personality traits and physical features that are as real as the hormones that cause them. It doesn't mean you have to try to be masculine or feel ashamed that you're not. But pretending something so obvious doesn't exist seems like a silly way to deal with whatever issues you're having.
Maybe. I wouldn't know. Instead I focus on things, that matter and disregard ambiguous terms like masculinity and feminity.
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