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    So, does that mean I somehow have less testorone and more estrogen than is male?

    You also didn't answer the second questions, which I would be very interested in.
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    I would be willing to say that I have a bit more testosterone coercing through my veins than most females.

    And my sister certainly has a lot more testosterone than most females.

    Perhaps you do not have/process as much testosterone as the average male, so, big whoop, right?

    I personally never liked uber-masculine men.

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    I personally never liked uber-masculine men.

    I think around 160 to 170 pounds, 6ft is A+ for a guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Then what is the source of the definition of masculine and feminine, and what good is having them?
    It sounds like you're asking her to place a value on masculine and feminine, when she's just trying to relate to you that she thinks they exist. CC has been pretty neutral about the terms and I haven't seen her say that a guy has to have a full deck of masculine traits to be a "real man" or anything of that nature.

    If you graphed masculine and feminine traits among large populations of men and women, there would be some overlap, but the basic trends would be there. There's no reason to reverse-engineer that and say that WITHOUT all those traits an individual isn't manly or womanly, and I don't think anyone is saying that here. Statistics don't apply to individuals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    I think around 160 to 170 pounds, 6ft is A+ for a guy.
    Shhh, quiet you, I do too!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    It sounds like you're asking her to place a value on masculine and feminine, when she's just trying to relate to you that she thinks they exist. CC has been pretty neutral about the terms and I haven't seen her say that a guy has to have a full deck of masculine traits to be a "real man" or anything of that nature.

    If you graphed masculine and feminine traits among large populations of men and women, there would be some overlap, but the basic trends would be there. There's no reason to reverse-engineer that and say that WITHOUT all those traits an individual isn't manly or womanly, and I don't think anyone is saying that here. Statistics don't apply to individuals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Then what is the source of the definition of masculine and feminine, and what good is having them?
    That's mainly the one I'm waiting on right now.
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    When talking about "stereotypical" masculine or feminine traits: It is like the average man likely 60 percent masculine, 40 percent female. Average woman 60 percent female traits, 40 percent masculine. And then varations with individuals in all directions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    I think around 160 to 170 pounds, 6ft is A+ for a guy.
    6'1" check.
    171lb

    Damn!

    Back to the drawing board, Geoff

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    It's that extra inch of height--I think we can make an allowance in your case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    It's that extra inch of height--I think we can make an allowance in your case.
    Yes, I think so too.

    Then too that caveman beard must weight a lot all by itself!

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