Denver has earned the nickname Menver -- for its abundance of fit, healthy and attractive men. But are they manly enough? On Monday, Kate Gibbons offered ten danger signs that your date might not be man enough for you -- and some readers didn't appreciate her tongue-in-cheek tips. See also: - Ten signs your Colorado man might not be man enough for you - Of Mice and Menver: Numbers don't lie, but guys in bars do - Everyone's a winner in Menver
This piece came across as pretty sexist. As a woman, I want the freedom to be myself. I'm attracted to men who are comfortable in themselves, not chained to outdated ideas of what it means to be "manly." I expected more from Westword.
Was Kate Gibbons's piece the "worst thing ever" in Westword, as another commenter suggests? Post your thoughts below, and if you missed the original piece, you can read it "Ten signs your Colorado man might not be man enough" here, and add your thoughts to that post.
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