I don't really like these concepts, it sounds way too conservative to define a man as something peculiar. What if the role is bound to change in the next decades? What if making hard decisions doesn't always mean making the best decision? What if dying for your offspring was not evolutionarily beneficial?
This thread is just asking for gender stereotypes.
Confidence, willpower and discipline. A man understands himself and has a proactive approach toward life. Not aggressive, but not reactive. Only on the defensive when necessary. He employs tact in situations that differ from his beliefs and enters into them with an open mind. He's open to the fact he might change in response to external stimuli, but is secure enough to make the transition seamlessly. He is able to see the end goal beyond the consequences of his actions, along with taking responsibility for his actions.
Snips and snails, and puppy dogs tails... Ooophs sorry thats little boys hahaha... on a more serous note I think that gender is a complex issue and alot of it is made up by society.. society makes the rules, we all have to play by them, but we have no idea what they are...
... couldn't drag me away
Željko Ražnatovic: argus
Željko Ražnatovic: do you want heir's?
Željko Ražnatovic: to carry your genealogical code??