Both Freud and Creon from 'Antigone' fall victim to their idea of mascuinity, however it is manifested in different forms. To Freud, he must feel superior because a woman must be jealous of him. For Creon, he must never be looked at as weak for giving in to what a woman wants. They share common themes of needing to overpower those around them, looking to this as a sign of their manhood. Their deinitions are different but their goals are the same: to be considered masculine.