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Why are almost all the Twilight fans women and girls? Are guys missing out on something? The 19-year-old Kaleb Nation established his site to try to figure out the answers to these and other questions. He started wryly blogging about each chapter as he read them. "Lo and behold, right off the first page of this chapter, Edward has become a chap I might enjoy hanging out with, simply because he listens to '50s music," Nation writes about Chapter 14 in Twilight. Nation also throws in confessionals from the other rare guy readers about why they like the series and goofy graphics of himself dressed up as a vampire soldier or the Mona Lisa holding a copy of Twilight.