At the risk of sounding sexist, I think I have to agree with Hypo-Ortho.
Jumping on another tangent, why is it that at most of the OCA parishes I've attended, except for St. Vladimir's, the majority of the congregation are older folk? I may have brought up this particular question before, but for me it is a matter of concern.
What happens when this generation dies out? Will these parishes die with it? Tieing in to the recent demographics taken of the Orthodox in America, I really wonder if the Orthodox in America's growth rate is greater than that of the attrition rate.
There are some very knowledgble Orthodox on this board, and for that I am grateful, but we all know that the people who post here are more 'into' Orthodoxy than the average joe blow. At least that is my perception. I think it is a guy thing in that women are wired completely differently then men. A lot of the stuff I read on the internet involves big, pardon the expression, pissing contests, especially with those traditionalist groups like HOCNA. Ever notice that only guys write those articles or statements?
I guess men like to be the leader of the pack which is what you see them try to establish, hence why most posters are men.