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Michael D. Denny replied to David Johns's discussion Males insecurity?
"Are you saying that I've been fooling myself these past 40 years when I've been considering myself a man? "
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Michael D. Denny replied to David Johns's discussion Males insecurity?
"I think "masculinity" as two parameters.   One being the opposite of "boyishness" and the other being the opposite of "feminine".   Whatever the "it" is that we are debating as being…"
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Lon R. replied to Alex's discussion What's your field in the group Men of Science
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Michael D. Denny replied to Andreias's discussion Gender Identity vs Gender Expression Or How I Figured Out People Have NO Idea What Masculinity Is
"I don't buy the idea that male hormones make us "masculine" while female hormones make us "feminine". I don't believe hormones are that strongly defining. Explains a lot. "
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Jack Bauer replied to Andreias's discussion Gender Identity vs Gender Expression Or How I Figured Out People Have NO Idea What Masculinity Is
"Biological masculinity is certainly not a social construct.  It is a set of biological traits brought on by male hormones.  Higher sex drive.  Facial hair.  Muscle mass.  Strength.  Aggression.  Ambition. …"
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Pale Horse replied to Andreias's discussion Gender Identity vs Gender Expression Or How I Figured Out People Have NO Idea What Masculinity Is
"*facepalms* I should have caught that. My bad."
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Brown Fox replied to David Johns's discussion Males insecurity?
"No. You are reading too much into my response. Many men, myself included, did not need a ritual to achieve manhood. Like I said, it was a Readers Digest abridged response. However, most cultures had some kind of ceremony to welcome a boy into…"
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