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Used to being watched as she goes down the street as a woman, she’s struck that men don’t hold her gaze when she’s dressed as a man. Vincent wonders how men learn these unspoken rules of masculinity.
She stresses in her introduction that she isn’t a cross-dresser or a trans man: this isn’t an experiment to find her ‘true self’.
I couldn’t help wondering exactly what Vincent’s girlfriend Lisa made of all this.
Isn’t this the point where research becomes a bit personal?
She argues that men have been trained of understanding their own emotions and being able to talk about them.
To some extent that might be true, but I don’t feel it’s the case with all men.
Is there that much difference between men and women?