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Do you think having your mother as the/ a dominant parent figure influence how ‘masculine’ a boy is growing up?

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My parents are like two peas in a pod ok proud of it, but 100% my mum is the alpha.

I've wondered if this has influenced my personality growing up. I know for a fact I’m not as masculine as other dudes, in the sense I: I show my emotions often, cry publicly if I’m upset, comfortable talking about period related topics, I can honestly say I’ve never ‘eyed’ a women for her in a sexual manner, (though I have started wondering if maybe I’m demisexual). I’ve always been comfortable with me; I do ‘weird’ (weird to the norm for a guy) shit, like dress up as a sexy cowgirl (you bet your ass I was sexy) for Halloween, flirt with literally everyone both girls and dudes, (ima slut).

I just feel as if my mother being the more impactful role model influenced me more, and I’m curious if maybe y’all think it’s common for those who’s mothers are the dominant parental figure.

-note I’m not trans I’m comfortable with me.
Im not gay or anything I’m straight (as said I’m confused with the demisexual stuff, but I mean I jack of to porn with chicks so 🤷)
My parents are somewhat progressive but old fashioned, eg: they kinda talk smack about non-binary people sadly. So it’s not a whole ‘progressive thinking parents’.
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