We often see articles bemoaning the feminization of men, but the real
problem is the cultural resistance to a more egalitarian culture.
Gender divided cultures in the developed world, such as our own, tend
to be economically unequal, overworked, and ill-educated. Within our
culture, masculine people, men and women, tend to be less-satisfied
with their sex lives, as well as tend to divorce more often. There
really isn't much to recommend the masculine lifestyle, and
alternatively, androgynous and feminine ones have much to offer to
both men and women.
Sunday, May 21, 2006
at May 21, 2006
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