80’s Heartthrob Fabio Calls Out Weak Men, ‘Soy Milk is for Soy Boys, Not Soldiers!
Hold onto your seats, folks! The iconic romance novel cover star, Fabio Lanzoni, has a message for the woke generation: “Be yourself and don’t drink soy milk!” This is the same guy who was every woman’s dream man in the 80s and 90s. Yes, you heard it right! The Italian-born model and actor dared to take a stand against the growing trend of soft masculinity represented in contemporary romance novels.
In an explosive interview with Fox Business’ Neil Cavuto, Fabio didn’t mince words. He blasted the woke movement for making male characters “too soft.” “Today, it’s almost like they don’t like men [to have] testosterone,” he declared. And that’s not all! He warned about the dangers of having a society full of ‘soy boys’ in times of war. “Soldiers, they have to have testosterone,” he asserted.
Fabio’s comments are a stark reminder of how far we’ve strayed from traditional notions of masculinity. It’s a bold statement in a world where Hollywood is increasingly leaning towards metrosexual, sensitive male characters. But Fabio isn’t buying into this trend. According to him, it’s just a fad that will soon fade away.
And what’s his advice for the next generation of men? “Be yourself and don’t drink soy milk,” he advised. He emphasized that men and women are fundamentally different, and that men need to embrace their testosterone-fueled nature. “The metrosexual guy in the city or somebody who has testosterone, who is in the army? I’m telling you, it’s like the world right now is upside down,” he added.
— Neil Cavuto (@TeamCavuto) November 14, 2023
These comments are reminiscent of earlier statements Fabio made to the New York Post, where he called the woke movement’s portrayal of soft masculinity in new romance books “ridiculous.” He noted that many women he spoke to expressed their desire for a “real man,” not a metrosexual.
Fabio’s career skyrocketed in the 80s and 90s when he graced the covers of countless romance novels before transitioning to the big screen. His macho image, chiseled physique, and long flowing hair were a symbol of virility and masculinity that many women swooned over. And it seems like he’s not ready to let go of that image just yet.