你話：爛gag黎ga？咁不設實際！我返屋企研究我自己個隻好過啦。唔係喎，真人真事黎喎！由其是第四項，有一個叫Norah Vincent既外國女子，喪到扮咗一年男人，就係為咗想了解一吓做男人係點樣既。佢仲要唔係行行企企咁簡單，而係交朋友，工作，落Strip Bar，「界」女，等等等等！佢將經驗寫成咗本書：《Self-Made Man: One Woman’s Year Disguised as a Man》。
Yet as much as these women wanted a take-control man, at the same time, they wanted a man who was vulnerable to them, a man who would show his colors and open his doors, someone expressive, intuitive, attuned. This I was in spades, and I always got points for it, but feeling the pressure to be that other world bestriding colossus at the same time made me fell very sympathetic toward men, not only because living up to Caesar is an immensely heavy burden to bear, but because trying to be a sensitive new age guy at the same time is pretty well impossible. If women are trapped by the whore/Madonna complex, men are equally trapped by this warrior/minstrel complex. What’s more, while a man is expected to be modern, that is, to support feminism in all its particulars, to see and treat women as equals in every respect, he is on the other hand often still expected to be traditional at the same time, to treat a lady like a lady, to lead the way and pick up the check.