2017 is already the year of the beauty boy — and right now, nobody is bigger news than Maybelline's first male spokesperson, boundary-breaking Mexican beauty vlogger Manny Gutierrez (a.k.a. Manny MUA).

But while we always knew that makeup is for everyone, boys in big-time beauty campaigns can sadly stoke the flames of ignorance — and Manny hasn't been immune from the hate. But luckily, he has an amazing dad in his corner to put homophobic jerks in their place.

It all started with Gutierrez's spot in Maybelline's Big Shot mascara campaign. While most people were thrilled for Manny, some haters were NOT.

Conservative blogger Matt Walsh had the nerve to write an entire article about how men wearing mascara is literally DESTROYING SOCIETY, OMG.

He even had the nerve to use a photo of fellow beauty boy — and face of CoverGirl — James Charles to illustrate his story. Charles is only 17.

And Walsh wasn't done. After calling male makeup artists "grotesque, disturbed, and deranged" and implying that makeup isn't for "real men," he tweeted a photo of Manny in full glam with the caption "Dads, this is why you need to be there to raise your sons."

*eye roll*

Gutierrez responded in the classiest way, tweeting "My dad actually works for me and is SO PROUD of me ... sorry bout it."

*applause forever*

And just when you thought this clapback couldn't get couldn't get any better, Manny's proud DAD chimed in — putting Walsh in his place once and for all.

"Mr Walsh, this is Manny Sr. Let me first begin by telling you that I’ve always been there for my son and will ALWAYS be there for him. Not only am I proud of what he has accomplished but I’m more proud of the person he has become. I know the words you speak are from lack of knowing anybody from the LGBT community. If you did, you would soon realise they are some of the most real and kindhearted individuals that walk this planet of ours. Going forward, I would choose your actions and words wisely. Just like you would do anything for your family, I would do [anything] for mine. Good day Sir."

Because, as Manny says, being a man has NOTHING to do with hurting other people.

"Being a man isn't about how 'tough' or 'masculine' you are ... it's about taking care of the ones you love," Gutierrez wrote.

Looks like flawlessly handling trolls is a Gutierrez family trait.

Love trumps hate EVERY time.