Elusiveness of male sexuality

The New Man
The new western man has been encouraged to be sensitive and caring, to develop his female side. He will share the child-raising and housework, eschew aggression and over-intellectualism. Socially the new man is caught between images of the more conservative "real man" of the enterprise culture - who is able to support his family without relying on unions, special interest groups or the welfare state - and the "social man" with strong group identification and ideals of cooperative capitalism of the labour/socialist side.
Men are challenged by an elusive masculinity. This is: because of the way society defines male sexuality exclusively in terms of a partial and limited (and marketable) sexuality, namely genital sexuality; because only mothers parent and so men are not equally integrated into the reproductive process, hence there is a cultural alienation regarding paternity; finally, because of the natural alienation men experience from the living products of their own sexuality, in that men can never be sure if the baby is their child.
(F) Fuzzy exceptional problems