For some "tender-minded" and, to my thought, obscure, reason the subject is tabooed.
For he was by no means a tender-minded nor gentle man, but very ferocious.
Many a man on reviewing his past recognizes that his ship of celibacy foundered upon the sandy shoals called "tender-minded."
tender-minded and tough-minded, what a barbaric disjunction!
Its lines are too refined, too pussy-foot, too pathetic, too tender-minded for that.
These two systems are what you have to choose between if you turn to the tender-minded school.
He differentiated them as the "tough-minded," and the "tender-minded."
And even the young and the tender-minded learn to look on the calamities that touch them not, as things of mere artistic meaning.
The tender-minded notion of an absolute reality is, according to the radically tough-minded, framed on just this pattern.