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BloviatingBuffoon BloviatingBuffoon 70+, F 19 Answers Feb 21, 2013 in Health

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I don't know that there is anything about my gender that makes me proud, per se. I enjoy being a man. I enjoy taking care of a woman. Proud? I'm more proud of my personal accomplishments and I don't think they have anything to do with my gender.

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the fact that i am stable by myself and dont need help

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I am a man and I should feel proud of what I am or what I have.

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The sense of honour my father taught me.

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i cant think of anything,im balding,short,very weak for a man,no brains thats why i clean toilets for a livin

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THE plastic panties i always wear

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When I was a man I was proud serve my country, I was proud of my children and I was proud to be an American. As a woman now I am still proud of my children but I am ashamed of this country and what it has become

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I should be proud to be whatever I am. But I dislike much of me. Do you mean proud to be male? Or Homo sapiens? I guess it's the same here: man delights not me.<br />
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I can be proud of what I've done (sometimes). And my kickstand still works.

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when i walk in a room full of women, and they all stop talking, fix their hair, straighten their dress, and say hello

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Absolutly nothing, that's like saying I'm proud to have brown hair or something.<br />
Being a man can't do anything for me to be proud of.

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I'm proud to be alive.

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The levels of stupidity I have reached. World record stuff. Could not do better!

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Well, mature men learn the ways that most men and women benefit from each other's strengths. Most men dig deep for strong motivations, while women often look to themselves to know what needs to be done. Often, if a man is the engine, then a woman is the vehicle. I guess I'm proud of my duty to be that engine and learn what powers my heart. I don't know if that makes sense.

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