I know you're joking, but there's a valid argument here anyway, if it's kind of indirect. I think this is about archetypes. The male archetype is to hide your feelings and express only hate and emoting anger. Anything else you feel needs to be channeled through these, or we are in some way less masculine. This can even include being nice to our kids.
It reminds me of the Fi discussions: out of inexperience, verbal expression becomes difficult. So we learn as males to express our feelings through action, and in some cases, this can really cause problems for our relationships. When we're with someone who is emotional and we think we have a solution to the underlying cause, we think their emotional response is unproductive, because that's how we were raised. We say so... and that makes us invalidating.
I think this can be changed through practice and attention, provided one wishes to do so. Typology has been one way I have worked on this in myself. I wouldn't call it a conspiracy in a negative way. If this changes people who want to be changed in a positive way, it's a good thing.