If a guy is handsome, people call him feminine. If he has class/good fashion he is called "foppish". If he has aesthetics he is called "unmanly". Why does a man need to be ugly to be masculine? Why can't a man be handsome, have class, have aesthetics and still be masculine? I thought physical attractiveness, class/good fashion, and aesthetics are unisex traits. I thought having aesthetics like a strong body, strong jaw, hollow cheeks, dense bones/nice bone structure, nice rugged skin, handsome face etc is considered masculine and attractive. I think if a man is handsome, has class/good fashion, has aesthetics, he should still be masculine.
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a man being masculine is him being who ever he wants to be and owning himself and beauty and looks is not unmasculine or masculine it is simply beauty men are masculine if they choose to own that and not because of how they dress look or what they2