Male members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Mormon Church tend to be light, wholesome, and approachable, no matter what their worldly status. Through their experiences in church service (the Mormon Church has a lay clergy - everyone serves), they have the ability to both lead and follow depending upon the circumstance. Many are Eagle Scouts and are very comfortable working with children and participating in the household with their wives. This is due in part to the Church's emphasis on the family and the fact that Mormon families tend to be larger. Although some people think that with their high moral standards, Mormons couldn't possibly be having any fun, the opposite is true. Once a solid testimony of Jesus Christ is gained, and a moral foundation is solid, Mormon men are more free to engage in professions, hobbies and activities of choice unbound by addictions, confusion, pride, or unethical conduct.
Virtually all Mormon men hold the priesthood. Priesthood is the authority and power to act in God's name, and is required to fill various positions in the Church, but also to perform ordinances and give Priesthood Blessings for healing, comfort, and conferring the gift of the Holy Ghost. Imagine having this power in the home through the husband and sons, and in the neighborhood and world through the millions of men and boys who magnify their callings in the priesthood.