I guess I share a view common to very few in this conversation as I do not believe in separation or generalizing when it comes to the higher evolution of human beings.
I think the reason men would still get offended at feeling "wimpy" or women offended at being called "unfeminine" is because our egos are responding to what is considered normal in society.
We are the ones who instill in our baby boys from the beginning the idea of being "tough" and into girls "be a lady" and hence from the start beings on this Earth right now are not even fully able to express their true balanced and wholesome potiential.
It is ok for a girl to cry but heaven forbid a boy expresses his emotions. Likewise men are encouraged to embrace and express their sexuality openly whereas women are taught to repress theirs.
We have strongly ingrained this into society and I do not believe it has anything to do with the core of our nature. Sure there is masculine energy and sure there is feminine energy but many philosopher's and new age thinkers conclude that the reason our world is in such discourse today is due to the fact that there exists such a strong strereotype for men to be "men". Can you imagine how our world would be if men were more inspired and allowed to express their feminine energy. If we look deep enough to how we start bringing up boys and girls we should realize we are the ones who created this great division between the sexes, not nature.
So ultimately yes I agree with Steve when he says that perhaps the title should have been "how to use masculine energy" I think that would have been a bit better, but if we really want to start dropping the labels, the stereotypes and the separation then let us focus on " HOW TO BE A BEING".