The divine masculine wants to make love to the world. It wants to carry and protect what is beautiful. It wants to explore new territories and play beyond the edge of old boundaries. It wants to put its gifts in service with, not domination of, the divine feminine.
Thinking in a Taoist yin-yang framework, typically we would classify male as Yang and female as Yin. But in her 1993 book Uniting Sex, Self, and Spirit, Genia Haddon claims that this association is a product of our cultural gender biases, and not intrinsic masculine or feminine physiology or psychology. She describes a masculine Yin […]