I suppose it depends on what the definition of "wounding" is, but I think it resonates with a lot of men at the basic biological urge level, to procreate, 'sow their seed' etc. Basically, it promises a supposedly sure-fire way to get sex. Despite "all the other stuff" Tomassi and others say, THAT is what is primarily attractive to most men about his 'method' and what it is ultimately designed to achieve for men.Well, it only resonates because the person is already twisted inside by wounding.
The old adage that the best lies come wrapped in truth applies here. There is truth in a lot of what Tomassi says, heck, one of his main points - the push to feminize men - was more or less "confirmed" in a recent session. But those truths just serve to make sure men swallow the whole 'red pill' and they don't need much encouragement because, as I said before, the overall message is to supposedly solve the problem of messy and complicated human relationships by implementing a war-like strategy - that leverages caricatures of masculinity - to ensure men remain dominant in a supposedly loving and intimate relationship.
The end result then, is that it's an attempt to convince men (again, they don't need much convincing) that they can and should discard the raw material that life provides for them to learn important 'spiritual' lessons - primarily about themselves - in favor of following the 'lower' path of 'refining' and exploiting biological impulses to essentially act like a caveman.
The thing is a lot of men don't wear this new found "masculinity" very well. They try anyway of course, but often come across as fake or caricaturish or just plain obnoxious, an object of either pity, ridicule or resentment, or a combination of all 3, to those (more sane people) around them who really have no idea what they are doing or expect to achieve.
For the men who do learn and take to the technique well, they essentially start to act like the guys in Sandra Brown's book "Women who love psychopaths", able to easily seduce women, play head games with them and then discard them. Of course, this is not what Tomassi advocates, but it is very likely at least part of what he PRODUCES. And if this is not intentional on his part (where he is a psycho himself) then it just means that his psychology degree was wasted because he clearly has no real understanding of human nature, let alone what positive masculinity is and how it should be applied in the process of self-development.