As I've said before, most characterizations of "toxic masculinity" feel alien to me. But I think a few people might have misunderstood what I meant. There are certain male gender roles, such as using violence to solve problems and being a horndog. I am not saying that I am unable to fulfill these roles, I am saying, I don't think I've ever been expected to fulfill them.
I know, in the abstract, that men are expected to be violent horndogs, and this clearly pervades in certain forms of media. But in the specific case of myself I find it hard to relate. These supposed male stereotypes are a smokescreen for the real male stereotypes that have affected me.
But mansplaining, I can totally relate to that. Men are socialized to try to explain things. I was socialized to explain things.
And it isn't necessarily a bad thing. I explain things all the time on my blog. I enjoy blogging, and if you don't enjoy reading it you don't have to read it.