I would consider myself a bloke's bloke. Yes, I absolutely love paintball, superhero movies, good old fashioned wrestling matches, and of course explosions (Pride and Prejudice would be so much better with a few of those ;-).
However. I also think that blokey brovado is many times a cover up for men who find it incredibly difficult to open up emotionally.
Us guys must remember that while (imo) Jesus would have given His disciples the occasional wedgey (would it work with togas?), He also loved mercy and compassion, He had an extravagant relationship with His Father, and His security in who He was was evident in His interaction with everyone. In other words... He was man enough to cry and not be ashamed about it.
Do churches need to be more man-friendly? I'm not so sure. Who said creative flower arrangements couldn't be admired by guys? Are worship songs too girly? I'm so not sure. In many countries it is heroic for men to sing to their sweethearts... are we too manly to serenade God anymore?
(Sheesh... what have chick flicks done to me?)