This blog post is about making conscious choices, taking responsibility, expressing love, putting personal integrity and purpose above relationships, etc. I really don't see anything gender specific about that. It's more "how to be a conscious person" in my eyes. I cannot think about something that would be specific to women and more important than those principles. Not saying they are the most important things in the world, but if there's something more important, it would also be more important for men.
I admit that maybe it's "how to be a conscious person with predominantly male energy" too. Unfortunately, Steve and a few others here assume that all men have predominantly male energy and all women predominantly female energy. That's not the case. There are men with predominantly female energy and women with predominantly male energy. Equating someone's energetical signature with their physical gender is a shortsighted generalization. Not all women are like Erin, and not all men like Steve.
If you're in fact talking about energies, then please talk about energies, and let the biological gender out of there. Using it as a criterion is disempowering and limiting, especially for those whose energetical gender doesn't match their biological one. A guy with dominant female energy would have a hard time living like this. However, he is neither automatically gay, nor a wimp.
If your point actually is that we should fully embrace our dominant energy instead of aiming for balance, then why don't you just say exactly this? Would be yet another kind of polarization
This is another topic entirely. And a very interesting one. I'd love to talk about it, but now we're stuck in a discussion about stupid gender stereotypes, which is not in the slightest relevant.