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    It doesn't take much.

    Although it is ironic that you, as a male, ended up dominating the meeting as well in your own way.

    Is this male domination(as you are male)?
    Or female domination (as you used what some consider to be a female style)?
    Or something other?
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    Lol. Well, did he take his dick out?

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    omg, I am a male and I am like SO offended
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    It doesn't take much.

    Although it is ironic that you, as a male, ended up dominating the meeting as well in your own way.

    Is this male domination(as you are male)?
    Or female domination (as you used what some consider to be a female style)?
    Or something other?
    It was ideological and so able to be used by male or female. But also the expression of feeling can be used by male or female.

    So rather than the patriarch controlling the feelings of the group, we, both male and female, expessed our feelings freely and honestly. And it became a lively and enlivening group.

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    what if men actually wanted to talk about their emotions anyway but they feel like they can't because it's not socially acceptable to?
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I mean think about it, it were two woman who invented it !!

    Its all nothing more than a giant conspiracy theory we all fell victim to !
    Jung was not a woman.

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    guys be all like dis, girls be all like dat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayness View Post
    what if men actually wanted to talk about their emotions anyway but they feel like they can't because it's not socially acceptable to?
    I actually think that besides some biological difference to begin with, societal pressures just plain make guys experience things differently, so that to some extent it has nothing to do with covering up certain emotions or repressing them as much as being shaped to experience things differently. If you're forced to deal with certain things on your own ... some of what you're forced into is just genuine growth, maybe in a different direction than for women. I'm not saying it isn't exaggerated or that guys aren't sometimes needlessly being tough in contexts that it doesn't make sense in, such as if a girlfriend just wants to understand their feelings a little, just that it's more complicated than strictly being trained to put up a barrier. It's something that's actually really hard to express sometimes, if a girl is concerned about you, that a lot of what you're supposedly covering up just plain isn't there. Really, the only thing you can do is understand those "hidden" feelings as an expression of what the other person is feeling. If you understand that, maybe you can be more responsive to their feelings. I think anyway.
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    When men express their emotions they do it better than the women.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    When men express their emotions they do it better than the women.
    Why do you feel that way?

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