"In other words, 'being a man' typically does mean for soldiers both being brave, stoic, etc.--and being heterosexual. Another way to put this is to say that honor, which is by the testimony of soldiers throughout the ages of the essence of military service, includes the honor of being known for heterosexuality, and that, for most heterosexual males, shame attends a reputation as much for homosexuality as for weakness or cowardice."
Apparently, I'm not a man. I believe in honor, bravery and emotional maturity... but apparently I'm still not a man. Wait... what's this thing between my legs? Must be my giant 7.5 inch circumcised clitoris, right?