It's pathetic how people think that if you are a handsome man, you have class/good fashion, and have aesthetics (nice overall body), you are somehow effeminate or foppish. That's nonsense. You can be handsome, have good class/fashion and have aesthetics and still be masculine like the guy in the picture. Just to let you know, I'm a straight man. I'm just making a point.
1.) A man can be handsome and look masculine
It angers me how people think that a man has to look ugly to be masculine. What kind of nonsense is that? There is a difference between masculine handsomeness and effeminacy. A masculine man's face has masculine facial features such as a strong jaw, hollow cheeks, small eyes, strong facial structure.
2.) A man can have good fashion and still be masculine
I don't get why people think that dressing nicely is considered "feminine". Dressing nicely/having class is not a feminine trait, it's a unisex trait. There are classy/stylish masculine ways of dressing and classy/stylish feminine ways of dressing.
3.) A man can have aesthetics and still be masculine
Most people don't know what aesthetics are.Most people assume that aesthetics are beautiful feminine bodies. The word aesthetics mean "pleasing to the eye" it's unisex and asexual term. Masculine aesthetics are strong jaws, hollow cheeks, small eyes, overall manly facial structure, strong bone structure, large muscle mass, rugged skin and masculine handsomeness. A deep voice is a masculine trait as well but it's not visible. Feminine aesthetics are smaller jaws, high cheek bones, rounder faces, curvy bodies, smaller bone mass, smooth skin and beauty.
4.) Now you know the difference between masculine and feminine physical traits.
Sure there are some guys that have a combination of both masculine and feminine traits but most guys are either masculine or feminine. I'm not shaming feminine guys, I'm just helping people understand the differences between masculine and feminine men.