I beg to differ with To Kill A Mockingbird. I have always seen Atticus Finch as a masculine role model. He wasn’t eager to defend Tom Robinson, but reluctantly agreed to do so because that was his duty, and the town knew he could be trusted with a difficult and unpopular task. He’s smart, dresses sharp, is skilled with a gun, isn’t weepy or long winded, disciplines and teaches his children, and is well respected. I don’t remember what happened to his wife. Some might call it white knighting to defend an innocent black man, but remember, he was innocent. Sure, the film has probably encouraged a few to go into social work or some SJW career, but that doesn’t make it a bad story.