holdingoutforjacob wrote:Also, to go by just his definition - hunter, predator, provider. Ok. Well then by that same token, take the definition of any soldier, or police officer. They are protectors and hunters and fighters. But say he goes home and drinks himself silly every night, then abuses his wife and kids. Is he a man? By his paper definition, yes. But by his actions, no.
holdingoutforjacob wrote:Edward just doesn't have a lot of masculinity, at all. Which is OK.
navarre wrote: I would like to add regarding his manly, physical descriptions.
Edward, to me is a man among men. Period. He is described by Bella as chisled with a strong, masculine jawline, long torsoed, lean hipped.....*shakes head to clear it* He is very strong in appearance and his voice is rich and velvety. Like Blood for Chocolate....*keeps shaking the head to clear it* Ahem.
He is the epitome of a very fine man - the essence of man. He's Edward Cullen.
holdingoutforjacob wrote: Jazz Girl, I think you are getting awful upset about that article. And I understand, were it an article about Jacob, I would be just as upset. I just wanted to make sure that you understand that just because I am not saying that Edward is the manliest man ever doesn't mean I agree with the people who wrote that.
Jazz Girl (I love reading your long posts) and Lunna-san along with ringswraith excellent points!!!
Out of curiosity Lunna-san what's your mother tongue? Your english is actually amazing. I am too, fluent in another language except in my case I am not sure exactly if English is my first or second. I would say second. But oh well.
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