I was thinking about gardening and how I think it would be better on so many levels if more men did it in today's world. It kind of seems like "gardening" is feminine and "farming" is masculine.
I have a website where we create online gardening course called Organic Life Guru. The majority of our instructors are men (Check out the bottom of the homepage to see what I mean) and the majority of our online gardening courses customers are women.
What's your take on this?
Can gardening be manly?
Stepping back, what is the purpose of a question? Is it really always to find an answer to something the person doesn't know?
Chris Badgett asked: Can gardening be manly? Maybe the purpose wasn't to find an answer to something he didn't know, but maybe it was to generate discussion or hmm, to promote a website (I see nothing wrong with either).
My bet is that Chris knows and firmly believes deep in his soul that gardening is very manly. I mean, after all, he's devoted much of his time to it and has a really cool website with courses. And look, as of this writing, 2,156 views of his question. I bet more than a few of those viewers have checked out his website and maybe some have even taken his course.
Way to go, manly Chris!