Please read the post fully for the question.
As you might have seen, the quarantine included an addition to the sidebar on TRP. Reddit is now defining positive masculinity for our men. We know these sources are questionable at best so today's question for men is this:
What masculine qualities are undervalued in modern relationships? What do you as men bring to the table that you wish we as women understood? What is "positive masculinity" in your view?
This thread is not meant to be specific, actionable advice; rather it is a peek into the male psyche.
Men: Typically we tell men that their personal preferences are not advice but this discussion is all about your personal preferences. Give us insight into your ideas and motivations. Let us know approximately how old you are and your relationship status. Good thoughtful answers are best and one liners with no explanation won't fly.
Ladies: Remember that no single answer should be given too much weight. Instead take it all in and balance it against the RP theory that you know. This holds true in life as well as on the sub. The post: personal preferences are not advice is good to review as a guide in your day to day interactions with advice-giving male friends and acquaintances.