The post beautifully refutes the idea that men must be strong and
aggressive — to the point of bragging about sexual assault — in order to
be considered “manly.” In its place, it posits the idea that a real man
is defined by the way he protects and respects others.
"My boys and their sister are too young to be exposed to all this right now, but I was just reflecting on what I'd tell them if they were older," Steele told Revelist.