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I don't think that's anything exclusively female; I think we might show it differently (at least outwardly). Men have more societal pressure to keep that sort of thing under wraps, while women (fair or not) are expected to do cartwheels or whatever they're putting into these romantic comedies now. I think it's perfectly human to have the same nervous excitement about connecting with someone, regardless of gender.
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I am very comfortable with emotions, although I will freely say I am not much of a public display type. I have no trouble saying 'I love you' (or hearing it) but its just something I am going to do in private. My knees are rock solid but when unidentified female X said I was cute back in junior high school, I just about fainted.
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