Kyle: Contrary to some accusations, I was trying my best to defend the masculinity of the Big Blue Boyscout. Fact of the matter is, there isn't much to say regarding masculinity with him.
I should be glad that Chris didn't start quibbling over terminology as well. For starters, can Kal-EL be considered manly when he's not even human? Not even a little bit. Full-blooded Kryptonian.
If we're being technical, he's as manly as the alien queen from Aliens. Which is to say, not at all. At least Wonder Woman is a product of Earth in one way or another.
Also, Chris could have gone after me regarding what constitutes "manliness." I guess I could have brought it up too ... but that's not the point!
If manliness constitutes being more outwardly masculine than Wonder Woman equals zero, and Superman equals ... N/A?
However if manliness constitutes being violent, reckless and kinda douchy (and that's really hard to dispute), Wonder Woman has it.
So with the power of language, Chris could have beaten me even more soundly. So those folks who call BS on our outcome ...
I'm sorry. I'm so, so sorry.