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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I think 8 inches is a good measure of a good man.
    I think he should consider rhinoplasty

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    When I think of the people who I consider "Good" they are people who live out what they claim to believe to the absolute best of their ability, while not being judgmental or condemning people who think differently. Open-hearted, open-minded, but uncompromising in holding themselves up to their ethical standards.

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    I think I'm just going to limit the use of the word "good" to describe the taste of food or how I felt about a movie.

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    Courage. I like that one.

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    Recognition of integrity and responsibility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenix View Post
    Out of pure intellectual curiosity .. what is a the measure of a good man [or gender neutral individual] to you?

    I don't have a view as yet, and I'm curious.
    Things he exemplifies but are unmentioned.
    "..And the eight and final rule: If this is your first time at Fight Club, you have to fight."
    'Men are meant to be with women. The rest is perversion and mental illness.'

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    Masculinity belongs in both genders, but a true man as it's traditionally defined is the black outline in a coloring book: he is strong and guiding without being overbearing and controlling. He offers comfort through stability, not stagnation, and reassures and allows for life and emotion and all the trappings of vitality to be experienced and played out in a safe place...his arms and his presence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thursday View Post
    Masculinity belongs in both genders, but a true man as it's traditionally defined is the black outline in a coloring book: he is strong and guiding without being overbearing and controlling. He offers comfort through stability, not stagnation, and reassures and allows for life and emotion and all the trappings of vitality to be experienced and played out in a safe place...his arms and his presence.
    So he's an IxxJ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    So he's an IxxJ?
    Traditional man is an IJ while stereotypical woman is EP. This isn't the true picture of woman/manhood, since they are almost identical with the exception of child rearing and child birth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thursday View Post
    Traditional man is an IJ while stereotypical woman is EP. This isn't the true picture of woman/manhood, since they are almost identical with the exception of child rearing and child birth.
    Well I could agree that ISxJ men - especially ISTJs - are probably seen as the traditional protector/provider, and for that reason INxJs...especially INTJs ...could emulate some of these qualities, at least on the surface...but then there's also the macho stereotype of the ESTP man.

    By the same token, EP women may fit the mercurial, chatty, open, even sexy stereotype of women...but I tend to think of xxFJs as being the ideal "good wife" or something, holding up societies norms and being sexually modest and being nurturers and organizing the home and the community, so hmm I don't know.

    I like IxxJ men, but that's me. That's also why I think I'm IxFP instead of ExFP...I project Te or Fe on men, I idealize J-ness as a form of masculine strength, for whatever reason.

    But actually IxxJ would be Pi. Which mean ExFP. Whoops. Ha ha.

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