I don't even recall shouting at any men either.
In fact the only time I can think of me shouting is at football and shouting TO players to pass the ball to me, or watch out they are going to be tackled etc - I've never been much of a shouter on the terraces either really, in my youth you joined in with everyone else but as I got older I though what is the point because, 1 - they aren't going to here my voice alone and, 2 - There's probably a few thousand others going to be shouting something similar at the same time anyway.
I've never really been very emotional, I've always been a bit laid back and easy going, so never get angry or passionate enough to lose control of myself and shout at others.
As a father I could never understand parents shouting at their kids and seemingly traumatising them at times, I always took the approach of speaking gently to them from the earliest age, explain why they should do what they've done and they grow up more understanding of what they now have a better understanding of being right and wrong, rather have been brought up by shouty parents where they might now know what right and wrong is but not fully understand why that is - and later on in life rebel against such things as being meaningless to them.
I was also brought up to respect women, old fashion stuff like opening doors for them, paying for everything when you went out, putting your cloak over puddles in the road, etc.
I've certainly had some of my nearest and dearest females scream and shout at me and slam doors and go into sulks and silent periods but never felt the need to shout back myself.
I've even got myself in a few scrapes where blokes have been ranting away at me but I've always found the best way to deescalate stuff like that is by staying calm and speaking normally and not reacting to them.
So no, I've never shouted at a woman and yes I probably think the blokes that do are bullies.
What do you think?