Perched atop a mountain of wavy, pulled-back hair is a mangled ball of manliness, a holdover from the days of the samurai.
The reason, Foster argues, is that impotence implies a lack of virility, a lack of manliness.
The Republican Party has long been seen as the party of manliness and a refuge for disaffected working-class white men.
Men, she explains, have “lost the old architecture of manliness, but they have not replaced it with any obvious new one.”
The active sexual partner got off scot-free to flaunt his aggressive “manliness.”
Hercules exemplifies muscular strength, and Apollo still typifies that which is most beautiful in manliness.
They taught him lessons of manliness, of endurance, of humility.
He then exhibits character in its most intrepid form, and embodies the highest idea of manliness.
If he had the love for me he professed it could not help stimulating him to some show of manliness.
His beauty was of the vigorous type, which wins admiration by its manliness rather than its perfection.