Julien Crispin Street Poet, Faith Walker, Poet to the stars, the trees etc

Getting in touch with my feminine side, i think not. why is it when a man shows tenderness to his child, or feels emotion when he sees a sad event or movie, some bright spark, usually a woman, pipes up with "it's good to see him getting in touch with his feminine side". Why, for goodness sake is it not that the man is experiencing the fullness of his masculine nature. if a guy was to say to a woman, if she were to park the car, without a 10 point adjustment, well "it's good to see you getting in touch with your masculine side", would that not be equally ridiculas. It is perfectly masculine to care and be affectionate, as it is to hold the remote and shout at the ref on telly.
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