Nathan, That is a view on divinity in and of itself.
Mark, I agree.
P.S. Let’s never forget a human being is never black and white. We are each a prism for light to shine through in many different colorful ways. Life is never a destination and always a journey. We humans do our best to work the puzzling phenomena out 3 dimensionally, sometimes getting close and warm, but never definite and on fire. We human beings are indefinite. It’s the paradox we live for.
As a psychologist and the self proclaimed leader of the Feminine Movement 😉 I would have to disagree with the overall argument Alison Armstrong makes here, but agree with a more sophisticated evolution of this thought. All human psyches, spirits, and hearts have the potential to behold and emulate the finest features of both the masculine and the feminine energies. The energies are not limited by one’s anatomical sex, or even by one’s identified gender. Moreover, the energies are not actually opposites nor are they at odds with one another, yet they are complimentary. It is much like Chakra. There is a balance necessary. For example, what happens when a woman is ultra feminine or a man is ultra masculine? In any respect, there is suffering. What happens when a person has a playful, interesting, attractive balance? It’s quite pleasing to say the least.