Saturday, June 18, 2005

Tony Soprano vs. the New Age Guy

The recent news about French men supposedly wanting to be pregnant, should the technology become available (at least some Europeans want to have babies), and a fluff piece about macho men being out and vain metrosexuals being in (which I don't believe) that got a lot of comments online have had me thinking fondly of Tony Soprano this week. Especially that episode with the wandering bear where Tony feels bad because he's afraid he can't properly protect his wife now they're separated; it ends with a great scene of him sitting in the back yard with a shotgun, waiting and watching in case the bear should come back. Sure, Tony is a bad man, but at least he's masculine. I think most women would rather have a man who cares about protecting his wife and home than one whose biggest worry is whether he gets equal mirror time in the bathroom.

1 comment:

Becca said...

You might enjoy Charmaine Yoest's post today at Townhall.com called In Pursuit of Princes ... it's similar to your comments about masculine men and protection, etc. I'm enjoying your blog.