I think my ESI grandmother was quite critical of most men. She didn't say much, but when she did let loose, she didn't hold back. I think that most men simply didn't impress her, and she even criticized my grandfather a lot, but he didn't seem to care. He just did what he wanted to do.
My grandfather was an engineer at Westinghouse and had a lot of patents and, of course, he dressed in a suit to go to work. But he was also from a Czech farm family, so he had an acre of land behind his house that he planted with fruits, vegetables, and flowers. He even had a chicken coop. He'd come home from work, change clothes, and work in the garden until it got dark.
The way I knew that my ESI grandmother was secretly critical of him was that she had two pictures of him side-by-side in her photo album. The first was him standing next to the house in a very sharply tailored suit, looking like a visionary business executive. The second was of him in a wife-beater T-shirt and dirty baggy pants, hair disheveled, watering the garden with a hose. They were simply labeled "Before" and "After". Lol.