Everybody has their own preferences about how they want their significant other to present themself. Some people like the e-boy look with their painted nails and hand tattoos. Some people prefer the sporty look where they got on their sweatbands and short shorts. And some people simp over hipsters in beanies, flannels, and aggressive man-buns. There really is someone for everyone. However, just because someone's 'look' isn't your cup of tea, it doesn't change how manly, masculine, or mature they are.
So if you want to avoid being roasted on Twitter, my advice would be: Go ahead, share and celebrate your type, but don't try to use something as superficial as style as a basic standard for what qualifies a 'real man.'