There are good men. I know some.
What they are NOT is perfect. Everyone is flawed. But, imperfection doesn’t make someone a bad father.
Everyone has their struggles. Good fathers set an example for their kids as to how to lead, how to be ethical, how to be honest, how to be dependable, how to be fair. Fathers protect kids from real dangers, but allow them to get hurt a little when the injury isn’t reasonably likely to result in serious injury. It is important for kids to fall of a bike, and get back on.
I know a dad named “John”. He is a really good dad to three girls. His wife, not a bad mom, but less attentive, less dutiful. He is almost in the roll of mother, but he isn’t feminine. He does the job like a man would, but he is their go to person (probably except female issues, they wouldn’t go to him for that).