What is the difference between "sex" and "masculinity" on a feminine brand?
When I say "masculine" I don't mean the "strong man" type, the "protective" type, or the "manly" type. I mean a "feminine" brand. A company that makes a product with a feminine tag. If you go shopping for this type of product on Amazon, you will find tons of products with feminine tags, as you will see. This is a way to differentiate their product from all the other male-marketed products. Here's a look at some of the products with feminine tag:
If you are on a search engine like Google or Bing, then you will find lots of companies with the "feminine" tag. This also means that a lot of the product reviews on these sites may be fake. Many of these products have a "male" label on them. For example, the most popular item on Amazon with a feminine tag is the "Hula Hoop" and you can also see this in one of my previous posts about how to pick the perfect product for you. A review of the "Hula Hoop" on Amazon. On a product with the feminine tag, you can easily tell that it is made for men.