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With my 50th birthday looming, was this a signal from the cosmos to resurrect my part-time modelling career from 30 years ago? Could I tear myself away from a comfortable life of box set bingeing on Game of Thrones , throw off my Greywalker chains and reject a life of House of Fraser to re-join House Givenchy or House McCartney? Oh, what the heck, I thought, 50 is the new 25, right?

Not too sure how many are as old as me though. I quickly came across the excellently named agency Mrs Robinson. So, despite a loud voice in my head shouting: Literally like that, no pussyfooting around. An agency booker shows me to a side room. Two big lights are shone towards me, from left and right, and an iPad pointed in my face.

Any instructions are painfully withheld. Or at least — that old stalwart of the seasoned model — make like a tea-pot with a hand on a hip? So I try both these things. Ah, I ponder on this. I mean… can you avoid it? The shoot with Mark, the photographer, is surprisingly relaxed and fun. Just a couple of years my junior, he talks incessantly, putting me at my ease.

But neither does he give me much direction. A week after my test I call the agency. The agency explains that they will choose 10 pictures, and that I should do the same. No call, so I contact the agency.

She sends me the final images and I gingerly ask what they think of them. We call it Vanilla Brain — a sort of welcoming, if insipidly attractive, smile. Then we christen Wisteria Hysteria — a classic perfect housewife, involving a look that could easily be mistaken for mental illness were I to over-egg the pudding. He has a point. Taking The Bliss is a mouth half open, dreamy, chilled look, and finally, Happier Than You is a full-on in-your-face laugh, designed to create Fomo in every viewer.

Next day, I take the train to London. Head up, eyes to iPad, head to side, eyes to iPad, fold arms, stare bloody iPad out, laugh like a maniac at nothing, ad infinitum… We flick through the results. The booker is clearly still unimpressed. In the end, I never hear from Mrs Robinson again. I decide to have one more go at joining the Grey Rebellion.

Continuing my quest in Covent Garden, I visit the buzzy reception of Models 1 , the largest model agency in Europe. Beautiful young women built like young giraffes glide in and out in heeled black boots. Behind screens, bookers tap and chat away securing jobs with photographers, designers and big online sellers. I have an appointment with Uwe Herstein and Chantal Murray, both senior bookers who run the classics section, to ask about the reality of older modelling and whether I could do it.

One of the most classic of the classics, she shoots regularly for fashion editorials. So at 50, I must still be in the first or second flush of youth.

In the 80s Mr Versace created the supermodels. Those five girls dominated the market, and they are the older ones now. They will never be crones with their golden chromosomes. And I am not going to be one of them I realise, unless I can come across as incredible and quickly. He manages to still look kind — and kind of unimpressed.

Now I get it. The Grey Rebellion workshop is really for older women who want a great photo, a fun day, and the odd job. And, thinking of these two iconic classics, another penny drops. Were I to shoot for Vogue Italia , they could retouch enough to make me look a million dollars but put Selfe or De Villeneuve in a high-fashion advert and punters will double-take at the hair, or the time-wrinkled face, or even the beautifully aged and elegant arms as they drape the body.

These amazing ladies stand out from the pages — they interrupt the youth; they are incredible. I walk out on to Drury Lane, unroll my hair, and shake off any feeling of rejection. I adjust my oversized glasses and a thought enters my brain like a tonic for any middle-aged woman facing invisibility. I need at least another decade to mature and reach my modelling prime. Topics Models The Observer.

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I also appreciated your clarification that your blog is written from the perspective of a masculine man for a feminine woman. And I can see you also possess a strong knowledge of feminine energy through your responses on this blog.

Thankfully we all have both energies and choosing our energies in the moment is one of lifes great pleasures. Hi Bob, I really appreciate you showing up and offering your thoughts. Women are all over the map on this one, from relieved and excited … to angry and offended. Wisdom only happens when masculine and feminine come together to offer their full gifts. Anything less and the world shows up funky, which it does in so many ways right now.

I am a man, and have found that while smart women allow their partners the illusion of leading, male ego demanding it softly and caringly as in this post or roughly and violently as in primitive patriarchal societies, women get their way through less overt, linear methods.

Both genders have so much to learn about the other, and you are spot on with the realisation that we hold the opposite gender in our souls, giving both involved the unique and sacred opportunity to learn vital secrets of ourselves from trying better to empathise with the other.

You cannot be an evolved man until you surrender to the feminine inside yourself and come into balance, male body, female anima. We are all fusions of the both, in so many ways our bodies are only half the story, and the more temporary half at that!

So beautifully articulated, Michael. Surrender is a big topic for me right now, as a masculine man working to be in harmony with the way of things. Thank you for taking the time to share your insight.

I feel inspired after reading. But evolution comes in how we approach and use these parts of ourselves. One of the things of stereotypical feminism, is that in some ways it has created a divide. Feminism is such an important movement for human rights and justice, as so many women in the world are not treated as Western woman are, and a very strong stance is needed for those kinds of changes.

But in Western society, though there are many things that are not ok, one of the benefits of where we are at now, is the having the luxury to now work on the subtlety between the genders. It does not feel right to feminize men, nor to tell them to change parts of themselves that just are.

I feel a good approach is understanding and appreciating eachother. And I like that roles and tradition is questioned. With respect and reverence, and I too would step up my game to match this.

I think that 3rd stage of evolution that you are referring to, within the context of feminism and patriarchy, is not just to acknowledge the positive aspects of femininity and masculinity within each of the genders but to harmonize both of those energies within all of us.

That is the essence of the yin-yang philosophy: The evolution is balancing our masculine and feminine natures and a relationship that flows back and forth like the tides. It is so good to have the possibilities of this kind of relating articulated. We can do it!! Most conscious women would look for the same in men apart from the surrender points which on a deep level I felt relieved that you expressed.

That speaks to me of a man being comfortable with that side of his masculinity and that in itself would allow a conscious woman to trust him to take the lead and willingly so. We are not we are complimentary. Thanks for your writing. I get that many people are afraid of opening up to this deeper experience of surrender, largely because the collective history, particularly for women, has been one of abuse and oppression.

I know more and more people are moving into readiness for this experience … Yearning for it, even. Your comment is further confirmation of that.

I really enjoyed reading your article. Thank you for sharing it. And this week I was reflecting on if it would resonate equally if I was to swap the pronouns around he for she, her for his etc. What is it for the masculine to surrender? What does it look like when a woman expresses her ravenous sexuality …without fear that the man will be intimidated by it?

Where can i find one of these men? Sounds like my ideal relationship! Thanx for sharing that Bryan! At least now i know that there are in fact men like that out there.

I will work on attracting my most compatible partner. Thank you tha you thank you thank you thank you. I feel so reassured reading this from a man, and one who feels authentic. As an authentic woman who gets what youre saying about being happy, about surrender and about letting the man lead, i have been doubting myself for a long time because i have never heard a man express what you just said.

Its not the same coming from all these demanding, bitching and whingeing women. Even though i have been cultivating these feminine elements in myself for years because that is the relationship i long for. You have inspired and affirmed my deepest longings beyond belief with your writing and im grinning from ear to ear, dancing a little and really relieved. You do exist after all. I always knew it. Keep writing and sharing.

We need more men like you. I am so excited to meet a man like you who is not afraid of my authenticity. Then i will not be afraid to let him lead. When i feel that he enjoys and embraces my essence and is sure of his own masculinity then surrender is the logical conclusion. I know that i can only become fully expressed as a feminine woman with a man who is fully in his masculinity and willing to go deeper and deeper step by step, and i yearn for that experience.

This blog has sparked a lot of conversation, being quite controversial on some of the points. So thanks for sharing your experience with reading this. Anyway, thanks for saying hi and commenting. Ive been reading comments and your replies and enjoying hearing some of the viewpoints ive tried on over the years, and am delighted to hear you talking about archetypes.

Having grown up under Thatcher in the uk it was a mystery to me for decade how to be a woman, because all i could feel around me were men in energy terms. I found my way by listening internally to archetypes.

I found no living example near me so i had no choice. Similarly i have used archetypes to explain to parents how if for example, the mother who wears the trousers is able to give up or hand over her masculine role to the father in the family, and become more feminine, her 3 daughters will benefit from growing up with an embodied knowledge of the archetypes that will mean they dont go through total confusion about their own roles later on.

Plus this gives the father the chance to grow into his masculinity — as if it opens a space for him to step into. This lead me to the perspective that women can somehow be instrumental in helping and supporting men to find their masculinity, one which may be true but i have recently ditched. It just seems to come from from a broken paradigm or lack of faith that men can find their own way into their masculinity. I find it a very odd expereince to be feminine and stay in the feminine energy consistently and radiate it regardless — its very vulnerable even after years of practice — and yet the response of masculine men around me is magnetic.

Its like a whole other reality that many people simply dont know exists. Now why werent we taught these principles at school? Maybe because so many people dont know about archetypes and have never experienced them first hand.

What im really trying to say is that youve been giving words in your answers to things i have felt often but never dared to say for fear of being shouted down by feminist friends.

So important not to confuse archetypal energy with aspects of patriarchy and control. They have nothing to do with each other, and some of the reader comments and your replies make me wonder how there can really be any dialogue between the two levels of awareness or understanding, for they are so different. I think educating people about archetypes can lead the way to deeper communication and understanding because they can be experienced by individuals rather than learnt conceptually, and yet their truth is inarguable and inviolable.

They give us somthing to navigate by that cannot be reduced to politics or distorted through conditioning. So this awareness gives me hope for us humans.

And the depth in your article that resonates and rings true for many is i think partly because of the archetypal aspect. Thank you, its so great to be talking about what really matters to me in this forum.

I feel so alive. Apologies if this topic has already been discussed in previous comments. Men do indeed live often disconnected from their own authentic being, which has all kinds of consequences. One of them is not knowing how to be powerful and masculine in a healthy way with their women, which is definitely a significant contributing factor to then checking out at porn sites and strip clubs.

When i red it all, i thought to my self, are you married? I was once, though. Hello, this article is interesting but there are a few things that I am not entirely convinced.

It would be unfair on me and him. He would feel guilty, demanding me for sex when I am unwell or sad. After birth I was focused on my newborn baby and also recovering from birth.

Fathers should be able to nurture new mothers by giving her massage massage can encourage milk hormones to make milk flow better and unblock the blocked duct — the blocked can cause infection and mastitis can make her really ill and cook healthy food and feed her so she can concentrate breast feeding the baby.

This way he can stay close to her without demanding sex. When she is completely recovered and she would feel really appreciated and can really appreciate his caring side and she would be open to him again. Pregnancy is a big demand on her body. He should massage her and try to bond with the unborn. Mothers run after kids, look after old people and the sick ones should be also nurtured by partners. I really appreciate you sharing your experience. I know there are a lot of nuances to this exploration.

One thing you said, though, which I find interesting, though I believe it can actually be very destabilizing in some relationships if played it too long, is your expectation that men should be far more nurturing to their wives after childbirth.

For the man who is more masculine at his core, consistently expressing his feminine energy in an intimate relationship is likely to cause him to feel disoriented and disconnected, and eventually resentful, at least towards himself if not his partner.

Repeatedly, in my ignorance. However you apply them, or whether you discard them entirely is up to you! Thank you for your comment. Mind you with the foreplay side women need help with warm up and he has to take part. So, strangely enough he has to get in touch with his feminine side to get her to surrender to his desire. Nurturing can mean massage, stroking and so on with a long list. But when she is ready and he can go back to his masculine side.

Anyway I took my time to reply as I was contemplating about what you have said in your blog and comments. I studied Zoology specialised in animal behaviour for my honours. I was brought up in a strong masculine environment. My father is Italian, old fashioned and traditional. He was in the army. My mother was very submissive. Somehow he taught me and my two sisters to be independent and competitive.

But I was the black sheep in the family. I was a tomboy and I loved my freedom to roam about with my bmx, playing outside all day and I hated wearing skirts because they were restricting my freedom. I am profoundly deaf and a sign language user. Now I love being a mother to my children and I am a homemaker. I do not care what others think. People often comment I am a strong woman who is in touch with her feminine side.

I have to balance two energies in me because being a single mother is not easy. My ex husband failed to provide for his family. He has drink issue. He was abusive and bullying. He failed to take his responsibilities. I feel fathers should take the lead, provide for his family and support their wife. I do not judge. I do lots of volunteer work for the community. My best friend is very masculine and her husband is in touch with his feminine side.

They have a happy marriage. My other friend is lesbian. Her partner is staying at home looking after kids. She goes out to work to provide for the family. I think it is more interesting to have the variety of different people with their choices. Some men make excellent nurses. Some women are amazing at directing. I abhor any abuse and violence from either side. I think we are in a very exciting time where people are evolving into expressing who they truly are.

In the past, we were not allowed to express. Tania, the interesting aspect of all this is the polarity of masculine-feminine energies which are at play inside each of us, as well as between our partners.

Yes, a predominantly masculine man or woman is deeply served by connecting to his or her feminine expression, as well. I completely agree with you that there are as many ways a relationship can work as there are relationships on the planet. I wrote this article with predominantly masculine-feminine polarities in mind, and I wrote it from the perspective of what a healthy masculine man generally wants from a feminine woman.

It is been years that i read tons of articles and i never usually leave a comment but your article spoke to me, every single detail here. I saw that these things make or break relationships and how people never look at themselves first but always want to change the other. Again excellent article and i am very glad to see people thinking like this exist. Keep up the good work. Woman yearns to continually ravished, open to God, open to her deepest feminine self even though she may not know this consciously….

An evolved man knows that though, his mission may be higher that what his woman knows, for he sees the goddess waiting to be awakened, with his third eye seeing beyon the illusion he sees the potential that lies before him, the amazing gift of a fully awakened woman.

He too yearns to be blessed by seeing and feeling his woman to be full, open to love by he too yearns to be blessed by the radiance of the awakened goddess, the greatest gift man can ever receive from a woman. A woman who is truly made love to will radiate with love and happiness, and it will naturally reflect in all the other pointers: So men, do not go for less, women, do not sell yourself short!

Very much with Tegan. There are some pretty heavy flaws in your reasoning here and all I see beneath the flourish is same old same old patriarchy; men taking control of their delicate women. They are social constructs.

A set of characteristics lumped together as being admirable and desirable for men or for women. They are not even biologically defined. You leave no room here for gender fluidity.

And this stuff about sex and surrendering? You have got to be kidding. Feeling his woman consistently shut off sexually from him is aggravating beyond description. Hurting, uncontrollable, in the face of cold woman depriving him of access to her body whenever he wants it. And talk about blaming women for the actions of their male partners.

Or this is why men sexually assault? Apparently you believe that if a woman likes sex, and likes you, she will automatically want to have it with you whenever YOU ask for it. Because a woman can have nothing else going on in her life that may come between the liking sex and liking a man and make her not really fancy it tonight. I wonder if you have a female partner? I wonder if you have ever had children? I wonder if you have ever demanded your NOW sex from a woman who has just had a baby and felt there must be something deeply wrong with her chemistry or something else to make her not fancy it?

Clearly this post triggers some passionate anger in you. I can understand why, if you read it through the dirty filter of thousands of years of male oppression and abuse of women and feminine men. I have 2 strong mothers and 3 powerful sisters, and I have been in relationships with extraordinary women throughout my life. We live in a world of duality. The terms Masculine — Feminine are merely symbolic representations of that duality. They simply enable us to communicate about ideas.

In any case, thanks for sharing your perspective. I do understand your upset, but there are other filters you could read this through.

Reblogged this on African by Default and commented: I cannot agree with you that an evolved woman would always be up for sex. This is different to men and the fact that she does not always want sex does not mean there is something un-evolved about her. Quite the contrary, women have been taught for thousands of years that if she is not always up for it she has a problem. And we are all still being fed this idea through the media. A man who wants his woman to always be up for it is not an evolved man in my view, but a man who feels insecure about himself and needs to feel wanted by her to sooth his insecurity.

His inner work is to look at that insecurity and find ways to feel his worth without the sexual affirmation of woman. Bith men and women could then truly evolve together in mutual respect. I completely agree with you. This article is way too simplistic about the sex thing and totally contradicts itself!

People have all kinds of different sex drives and things in their life that get in the way. Love and sex are not the same and unconditional love for someone should not depend on their amount of sex. I have no control over this!

Yea sure most guys WANT a woman who is ravenously sexual for the next 40 years but like, come on. I did write that if their sexual experiences are consistently out of sync, then that man would want to explore it openly and courageously, together. On the word choice surrender and that the masculine energy needs to lead.

I agree because for me as a libra my life goal is to find my perfect partner and aid them with love and companionship. Not loosing sight on my own dreams is of course important, but finding a true companion I can fully submit myself to emotionally, spiritually and faithfully is my ultamite quest.

Thanks so much for sharing your perspective. Thank you so much for writing this. I want a man who wants a woman who embraces this list. Youthful and feisty woman like to be in control , I imagine.

There comes a time though when a woman wants to be led — but only by a man who can out-man her. I will not step aside for a boy who with no direction or one who less capable than me. Trust is the operative word here. I married a slightly younger man and had to take on the masculine — the job of leading. He is slowly evolving but interestingly , by imitating me.

A bit creepy , and certainly a turn off. The loss if femininity in role reversal gets tedious. I have not been with such a man, but then again , I suppose its because I have not been fully evolved.

I will know him by his love of my authenticity.. Generations of men have never been shown how to be that man. He probably never had another example. He likely married you because he unconsciously wanted connection to more of the divine masculine he was seeing in you.

Nice article, and I agree with most of the points until number 5and 6. I feel more comfortable with both members surrendering leadership, allowing the partner whose skills are best suited for the condition to lead at that specific time whilst fully recognizing that at another time they will be following.

Same applies to sex, each partner should be open and trusting enough to ask for sex or postpone. Masculine and Feminine which is not strictly correlated to man and woman do not bring the same gifts to relationship. Her feminine nature desires a masculine man who is worthy of her, a man demonstrating integrity, presence, valor, and who has her complete trust, to take and ravish her. Many women in our culture today, even if they are predominantly feminine, have learned to express strong masculine energy for all kinds of reasons.

Likewise, men in our culture have learned to express more feminine energy. Relationships become stagnant, boring, two people whose once-juicy sexual polarity has diminished and no longer attracts them sexually to each other.

For some people this is just fine. Boredom in monogamy has become cliche. This is partly why. This was a great read. Good on you for writing this up. I dance tango and there can only be one leader, usually the man. This article has little to do with what men want or need to evolve.

I was beginning to think the evolved man was some kind of mythical creature! I hear that observation from women a lot these days … that of the mythical evolved male creature … I promise you more and more men are waking up to what it means to be mature masculine beings. There are men doing the necessary work to learn how to fully show up for extraordinary women. Nature only cares about survival and procreation. Humans have made a sensual movement out of relationships — sex is only means to procreate but people want to prolong the sensuality.

Also, there is no such thing as evolution towards a progressive side. Its all a figment of the mind. All this material is fodder for new age BS which folks from west coast US buy a lot.

It is no different than watching kardashian style reality shows. These folks thing they are evolved but they are as much pleasure seekers as anybody else. The folks who create this content end up creating an audience who pay money to them to sustain their business. David Deeda is one such guru. There are 7 billion people on the Earth — we are not hurting in the procreation department.

And Nature seems to take care of overpopulation and add on environmental contamination by humans in many ways — disease, sterility, etc. Humans becoming stewards of the Earth and mindful seems like a very logical evolutionary next step to help our species survive.

Who cares if people choose to pay people for their ideas? This has happened since humans have been alive and that is their contribution to society. Like a modern day shaman or medicine person or philosopher, in a sense — they have always been revered by mankind, as new ideas and thought is also what keeps mankind alive. Or in an area where they are both strong, they work together. I am a very strong willed woman with a great many strengths and yes, a great many weaknesses; while I recognize in myself that I would like to partner with someone I trust enough to let go, I also maintain that I will only let go when I trust the other person enough to be strong where I am weak; and would hope that my partner trusts and respects my strengths in the same manner.

But I refuse to be with someone who always needs to be the leader. Yes, we have cultivated a world of strong women who have learned to express strong masculine energy. However, after coaching 90 women the last year of my coaching practice, I see over and over how frustrated so many women are because they must constantly express masculine energy to survive, to make money, to simply be taken seriously by men in the workplace.

We need women and men who identify as feminine living in their fullness as radiant thriving feminine beings. Yes, we all have access to the full range of masculine-feminine ways of being. But I am a predominantly masculine man who has been living my life more in my feminine.

And I have seen how detrimental that has been in my relationships with women, whose femininity had them aching for me to express more direction in my life, in our relationship, that would have allowed them to relax and trust my presence. Clearly every couple has to decide what works for them in how to make decisions. Gender is a continuum, and characteristics such as compassion, leadership, negotiation and stubbornness are personal traits not bound to one end of the gender spectrum or the other.

Power imbalances are deadly to most relationships and to the people involved. TRUST is critical, and vulnerability is a necessary component.

I also struggled mightily with 6. I get that, seen through the eyes of a patriarchal system where men have mostly forced and abused the surrender of women, this would seem distasteful and even a step backwards. But I believe when people are deeply connected to their true sexual nature, very different yearnings emerge. I know that not all men are masculine and not all women are feminine. There is a yearning in his masculine heart, in large part, to passionately ravish his woman.

This is about surrendering in love, with complete self-determination paradoxically intact. It is a paradox full of potential riches, the relationship with one so connected to love and trust that she or he, if he identifies more as feminine would willingly surrender her body to her chosen partner because he or she, if she is the more masculine has shown himself worthy of her love and trust, that she implicitly knows her would never heartlessly abuse her surrender.

There are times when such words are unnecessary because passions are awake in both of them, and they know it. But again, you use a phrase that is troubling: If there is resistance and testing there are reasons, and not merely to be cut through—but to be explored, learned and put away ONLY when the time is right. You need a different model, sir. I use gender-normative terms because it makes the conversation easier.

I intentionally made it very clear in the article that no man has a right to own or dominate a woman, nor would a good man even want to. Surely we can both be ok with that. Hi Brian, thanks for sharing, i enjoy your clarity and care expression, also the interactivity of the comments. But I appreciate you taking the time to voice your annoyance just the same. You know what fascinates me?

You wrote a wonderful article, Bryan. Filled with tremendous important words that we truly need in this new age of time. We and yes, also women! I can only be a strong and vulnerable woman, next to a man who embraces his own strength and vulnerability. So, to sum up: Your article is doing the world a favor! Al these women are responding to the point of having sex — or not. I could feel it is not even related to this article anymore.

However, your article is so delicate and pure that I could heal that collective wound. You explained yourself so, so, so, so, so well. And as a woman I would like to tell you: Sex has absolutely a place in a relationship. Otherwise we would call it a friendship! This is one of the good guys out there. Cultural differences always play a part in relationships.

I wonder how Dutch women respond to this article — I will share with some of my friends this week! Yes this article definitely triggers women in different ways. I find women who are more dominant in their lives, and clearly want to be, can even get a bit angry at what I suggest here. You repeatedly imply to women who disagree with your assessment that ambition and leadership is anathema to feminine energy that they are simply misunderstanding you, and failing to recognize that you are different than all those oppressive dudes from before.

You may be saying the same exact thing submit, relax, let the man call the shots, be happy with what we tell you makes all women happy but you are different because you are enlightened. Do you realize that every religious man who oppresses women in the name of his spirituality considers himself enlightened within his spiritual context? Honey child, David Deida is a sociopath who objectifies and hates women actually he hates men, too. Any enlightened woman who reads his crap knows this by page 2.

Your purpose in life is about more than feeling safe. Just living in my truth. My sexy, driven, on purpose boyfriend agrees with me, by the way. Somehow he still has his balls AND respects me as his equal. I respect women as my equal, and nowhere do I suggest otherwise. Which pretty much applies to every single human being.

Hate on him if you want. Nor are your opinions … which, by the way, your snide way of engaging me is an angry arrogance that leaves little room for enjoyable discussion. There is room for evolution in our experiencing of each other.

In the context of a loving relationship between two people whatever gender mix , surrender of one to the other, even if they take turns surrendering, is essential for deeply passionate love making to even happen. Without surrender, there are two people whose bodies may touch but whose impenetrable psychological boundaries prevent either one from truly being sexed into bliss.

This all speaks truth to me — the final surrender on the dance floor tells me I am not there yet but long to get there in this lifetime.

I long deeply to be met by this depth as I know I can offer it in everything except the above. Where are these deep men — claim me deep masculine. I am a more masculine energy woman in general, and married a man who was not evolved and as Bryan describes.

After my divorce, I dated a man for a short time where I was given the gift of learning how to surrender and how passionate that made me feel about myself, him and life. So young ladies, consider opening your mind to the truth in this article, reduce resistance. Which leads me to my next point…. Revel in the power women yield, dance in the light of womanhood and all the gifts we bring to the table, learn to love self with wild abandon. I love articles that leave me thinking…..

There are some out there and I hope another one crosses my path again my ex-husband was one, but there was too big of an age gap between us …. Thank you for your insight Bryan. There is just beingness. Sometimes it means I open myself fully to my man sexually, sometimes in yielding, sometimes I ravish him, other times I nurture him if he is unable to meet me or call him out on it depending on where he is coming from or nurture myself if I am unable to meet him.

At others we meet each other in total passion or sublime nothingness. At still others I go for a coffee, meet my friends or go to work…. Surrender is always for me an internal experience that externally shows up as human or Divine depending on your bent openness, trust, love, creativity, gratitude, compassion, passion etc.

I appreciate the concepts of masculine and feminine, which my man and I have been exploring, yet sometimes they seem a bit harsh and limiting without the heart which for me is where they dissolve from the egoic concept into the reality of humanity. When I dance with a partner I prefer to follow, but I do not consider this the same as surrendering. Surrendering is by definition a coercive act. It is not a choice.

To surrender is to give something up, usually because there is no alternative. To me, this is not a healthy foundation for a relationship. Some women like to lead all the time, some women like to follow all the time, and some — like me — prefer to lead in areas where they are confident but follow in situations where their partner is better suited to lead. As I have written more in the comments than the actual article, I wrote this really from the perspective of what a predominantly masculine man wants in intimacy from a woman.

I remember when the world was flat. Do you remember that? Then one day we started sailing the seas and someone noticed that the ships in the distant horizon fell off the edge and were lost forever.

They then realized, when those same ships returned from the cliffs of a flattened world, that the world must in fact be round for such a thing to be possible. Up until this point the whole world in general thought the world was flat and that was okay. The people of the world needed time to grow and evolve their understanding and eventually that is what happened naturally.

Not every person is in a position to write an article like this; let alone read all the amazing commentary it generated. I read about half of the comments myself and I learned allot. Well, at the very least I understood allot. Nothing about the fact that different people may need time and the right brew of circumstances to grow and evolve.

Help where you can but, accept their position as a human being in time. I think we often times get lost in our search of perfection and forget that accepting people for who they are is often times the best way to accept ourselves for who we are. Such acceptance can go out a million different ways like a web built from the fibers of love. For most people, deep within our being are expressions of a more masculine or more feminine nature.

Those expressions of being are very different from each other, and so they each have different gifts to offer the world and each other. They are equally valuable and essential to the health of humanity.

We need them both, in the world at large, in our intimate relationships, and even in our own selves. But they are very different expressions from each other. These opposite energies attract each other. I know some are having a hard time seeing past that, given so much history of masculine abuse of the feminine.

I do not sense misogynistic undertones in this at all, at least not intentional ones. Thank you for your perspective. Your words are thoughtful and insightful. May I ask you; however, to correct the anatomical reference made in trait number 5? I realize this may be regarded as insignificant details, yet there is value in all evolved beings to empower themselves by correctly addressing anatomical structures, especially those that are often intrinsically linked with identity.

I have so much to say and yet nothing at all, because I am tired of saying and doing- I just want to BE! This was a great article and I look forward to reading all of the responses. Masculine and feminine are very challenging concepts for people in our culture to comprehend, myself included.

We live in a masculine culture and the women in our culture live in a masculine paradigm as far as how we measure what is good and bad. I very much look forward to reading more of your work. Having been raised in a progressive, feminist, matriarchal environment, I understand how difficult some of these ideas can be for modern women. But when I was able to relax and trust in the vision that he has for us as a couple now as a family , I became more patient and flexible.

Our relationship is stronger than ever. I was initially attracted to him because he was a strong man in full possession of himself. Why should I strip away that sense of purpose and usefulness from him now that he has committed himself to me? And the crazy thing is that we usually end up taking the course of action that I suggest! He trusts me because he knows I trust him.

Yeah I love the paradoxes that arise in this exploration. You articulate one of them beautifully. I pretty much agree with your article and she buys into point five. The problem is that she wants to have sexual relationships with other men and says that is important for her to be truly authentic and truly happy. Oct 28 Big Bay Seafood Chowder. Big Bay Seafood Chowder Sunday forecast 11 dead, 6 injured in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting Discourse heats up as candidates rally in Pinellas County Skatepark of Tampa hosts girls only meetups Florida officials react to synagogue shooting.

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