I tend to agree with John Sherrill's summation: "...being a gentleman means putting the good of others before your own."
However, I also think gentlemanliness is only one facet of being a man; it pertains specifically to how a man interacts with other people, which can be somewhat superficial. While it's great to strive to be a gentleman, we should be careful to remember that this is only one aspect of manliness.
" Four days after hitting 58, I participated in my first TRX class in several months. Taught by a fit and very attractive young blonde gal (with my wife in attendance I keep eyes front), I made it through and will come back for more."
"Remove the "r" and you've got a private club composed of wealthy establishment types. Then again, there are the Oddfellows, supposedly started by guys who were too "odd" to make the cut as Masons, Elks, Moose, or even…"