When I think of a 'feminized' male, it has little to do with clothes or appearance and everything to do with passivity.
The term 'feminized' does bug me, because it's being used in a way that implies lack of strength. I'm very feminine and there is no lack of strength here. I think of guys like this as 'man-children'. If I manage to disattach the one currently holding on for dear life, I will never give another one the time of day again, now that I know what to look for.
When I significantly increased my carbs, including sugar, I was instantly back to being 1,000x happier, more positive, with a very even mood day to day. Anxiety attacks are mostly gone, and even my thyroid seems to be functioning better...
Oh yeah, eating more carbs and less fat also helped me to lose that extra fat I gained by eating high fat, as an added bonus.
It's not so much the feminization of men as the infantalization of the entire culture. If everyone expects to be taken care of, who is to do the caring?
I'm most likely going to live to see a society where most people are obese with only a few outliers that can bend over to tie their shoes with a world of consequences I shudder to think about.
Wheat is the new tobacco. Spread the word.
Government is daddy and everyone else is a sheep, and sheep are female.
EDIT: Okay, I guess technically a ewe is a female ram.
So, we have all turned into ewes.
Last edited by Grok; 11-10-2012 at 05:00 PM.
If you want to detach, do it. It's not that hard to do.[/QUOTE
True, but it can be complex.
Last edited by Zanna; 11-10-2012 at 05:29 PM.
I'm a big fan of "manly men" in all of their various forms, but I can still see Zanna's point.
It's a little disheartening to read posts saying (in a nutshell) that the worst thing that could happen to the human race would be for it to become more like the women members. If you would say the same thing about it turning too masculine, I might understand a little better. I think we all have our roles, and a glut of either testosterone or estrogen makes for an imbalance.