Nice to see that some of the Guardian of old remains:
In these metrosexual days, however, for a man to insist on wearing a tie does not speak of a casual and unforced masculinity, but suggests instead a nagging worry about where the proper markers lie. For, viewed against a crisp white shirt, the classic dark tie forms an urgent pointing finger, dragging the viewer’s eye straight towards the wearer’s genitals. “Look,” the tie seems to shout, like an embarrassing drunk in the pub, “there’s no doubt about it, he’s definitely all man.”
I’d never really thought about it like that.
So what does this say about modern men then?