No. A method for studying and interpreting the Bible deeply and effectively would obviously benefit either men or women. In fact, Dr. Eastman reports that many times during her research, while she was seeking a book contract, and simply in talking with people about the project, men would say to her, "Hey, I need that, too! Lots of men need that! What about us?"
However, in general, Dr. Eastman speaks in both the book and throughout the video series as though she is speaking to a woman (or a group of women). This means that sometimes she uses "girlfriend talk" or "female" images, examples, and metaphors. But the content of the method is equally applicable, and hopefully helpful, to either males or females.
That said, we believe that men who choose to participate will find that the "girlfriend language" is not over the top and that they will benefit greatly from learning the process.