The only point I am personally interested in, is the idea that any discrimination is bad.
Even amoebas discriminate. I follow their lead. I discriminate.
Other than that, gender can go fly a kite.
I know what I am, and that's all I need to know.
As I stated I'm against all prejudicial
Also when I was speaking about gender roles I was referring to "a set of social and behavioral norms that are generally considered appropriate for either a man or a woman in a social or interpersonal relationship." (*)
My point is that gender roles are just that, "roles", and people who are self-realized don't follow roles, don't do things just because it's the norm. I'm saying that while psychological differences between male and female are obvious (while their qualities and quantities are open for debate of course), ultimately the self-realized individual determines their own nature. At the end of the day it's not that there are many different kinds of men and there are many different kinds of women, it's that there are many different kinds of people, gender being a major but still single factor in the equation of a person's nature.
Come a certain point, to say that a man isn't manly mistakenly assumes that biological gender exists isolated apart rather than interactively with all the other variables constituting a person's makeup. In the vast majority of cases, biologically being a man or a woman is obviously an either/or proposition, and a 'girly' man remains most decidedly male. When viewed through the prism of the human condition in all its facets, however, biological gender ceases to be so black-and-white, and demanding otherwise is like trying to categorize a pool of water into droplets.