The New York Times Asks, “Are Modern Men Manly Enough?”

It seems like everyone these days wants to talk about men and what makes them so. We're even doing it, so you know it must be hot in the streets. For this week's Room For Debate roundtable over at The New York Times, a bunch of writers have weighed in on whether or not "modern men" are "manly enough." And you know the panel is good because they asked me to participate. Whhhaaattttt? Oh man, I know shameless self promotion is wrong, but it feels so right, guys!

The NYT, sets it up as a war of ideals—The Don Drapers vs. The Mansome Magic Mikes. Who should modern men emulate and look to for guidance? Debates like this are always fun because nobody can win! Got any words to share? That's what the comments are for.

  • Tyler Morris

    “you and I will know the truth — you called your Mom just to tell her you love her, and you’re happy you did.”

    Best thing I’ve read all week.

  • Thomas

    Men are men when they don’t buy into this bullshit and act any godamn way they please. Fact.

    • Jim King

      Thomas: “But my mom thinks I’m cool!”