Originally Posted by Plato
I think this kind of mindset originates from the Homeric Greek philosophy... It basically says life is a stage for performing heroic deeds. Life is narrative for you to live out. ...
Heroic deeds are very much a manly desire and the priority of a masculine man's life.
Well, I personally find myself gravitating more towards setting the stage for performing 'heroic' deeds that affect and touch many, just not a few. Does that mean I have more masculine energy? Who knows.
I would say that, even though we *usually* have a distinct sex (i.e. one distinct set of genitals, unless of course you are a hermaphrodite or have had some kind of sex surgery), being a man or a woman is by no means a matter of black and white. We're all individuals who reside in the various shades of grey between both extremities of black and white.