Without going into further detail, for the time being, anyway, is that a male, is not simply a man because of genitalia, and that men can be categorized into a vertical rank and order that begins with weak unmasculine men and towards men that are beyond simply being masculine men. I would say that gay men like the pretense of maleness, that is to say, anything not "femme" in outward behavior and a man abiding by societal expectations of what a male is supposed to be like, but gay men tend to ignore the necessary attitudes, beliefs and natural dispositions that actually create a masculine man. And by the word masculine, I mean innate boldness, strength of mind and character, which allows the moderation of behavior and action. An example of a masculine man then, is a man who doesn't succumb to peer pressure to fit in or satisfy the moment, and he is literally his own man. So while masculinity seems to be an innate quality different from simply the possession of male genitalia and maleness, it can include or be exceeded by, a better man, and we can call this man, manly. So manliness, apart from innate masculinity, is a striven virtue to cultivate a better character to increase his resolve, his presence, his sense of honor and duty, and many other traits or virtues. And beyond the manly man of virtue, is the magnanimous man,.... god this is actually going to take a while.... I'll actually try to write a 10 page essay on masculinity later....The ultimate man, is actually a man of contradiction, possessing great heart and mind...I'll have to create terms and phrases, even to describe men that don't even have maleness.
So males should be divided into a rank and order of inferior to superior, and I'll do that when I have the willingness to do such.