This is a satire on blind masculinity. In traditional society, masculinity and maleness have tended to be applauded to the extent that certain values and principles that reflect on our human nature and our coexistence have tended to be neglected. In this column, Dr Geoffrey Wango lampoons on maleness and sketches out standards in aspects of modern living to which both males and females can effectively adjust. The articles are about our human nature rather than our gender hence the titles: man bag (if any bag, it is as if it had all the niceties of life!); man beg (because our ‘genderless often reduces us to beggars in either our superiority or inferiority); and, big man (because in essence there is no superiority in gender but humanity in general).