"Self-Made Man" Strikes a Chord
The blogosphere is "a-blather" with the recent release of Self-Made Man: One Woman's Journey Into Manhood and Back Again, by Norah Vincent who travels undercover as a man to learn the unabridged version of men's minds. Presumably, it's different than when women are standing around. It may not be as ground-breaking as John Howard Griffin, who colored his skin and lived as a black man in the South. He lived to tell the tale in his 1961 book, Black Like Me. Yet, the passionate discourse I found online is worth something. I'll let you be the judge.
Here is Mr. Snitch weighing in.
And Dr. Helen, who comments on popular culture and society, inspired dozens of comments.
The Feminine-Genius renders a surprising post.