The New Yorker’s cartoon-based essay, “Seven Signs That Your Man’s Masculinity Is Nontoxic,” certainly looks tongue-in-cheek (it’s filed under “Humor”), but it managed to trigger a ton of responses nonetheless.

Our favorites: “He carries a tote bag that’s at once pro-environment, pro-feminism, and pro-reading,” and “He opens doors for women at work, but they’re metaphorical doors, like the ones that lead to promotions.”

Was it satire when The New Yorker wrote an alarming piece about the “creepy infiltration” of New York City by Chick-fil-A and its “pervasive Christian traditionalism”? It had to be.