> As opposed to the feminization of men? You don't need to "be in touch
> with your feminine side" to be a caring, considerate person. All this
> 'feminine side' crap is just that: a memetic tactic to castrate men and
> change the game so it is played the way women want to play it, not the
> way its always been played.
> Mike Lorrey
For the record, I said "in touch with their feminine side" with tongue in cheek. I try not to impose any particular gender models on anybody. Men who prefer to be 100% masculine are fine with me. I think that traditional male culture supports a number of high virtues.