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Does a veg*n diet cause men to be less manly? Or are less manly men attracted to a veg*n diet?

Commented on October 16, 2011
Created October 16, 2011 at 8:17 PM

Something I've been wondering yet am unsure of how to phrase this question.

It seems as though men who are on vegetarian or vegan diets are more emotional, less muscular and generally more effeminate in their body language. They get up in arms over animal rights, and their discussions about food are peppered with emotionally-charged language such as referring to meat as "rotting corpses", "dead flesh" etc. Also, they think that women are really into "sensitive, caring men"

I don't see men on Paleo who act this way, and so I don't know if these veg*n men who abstain from eating animal sources of protein have naturally gravitated to the diet, or started it as a fad and after a while have developed this behavior.

Does excessive consumption of soy products have a role in this?

Are there any former veggie men who went Paleo and noticed a change in their behavior and emotional state?

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I'm deleting this question due to offensive stereotyping.

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