"Real men wear pink" is practically Donovan Deegan'sCatch Phrase, especially given that it dominates almost his entire wardrobe, from suits and dress coats to a "banana hammock" and a complete set of pink scale mail armor. Yeah. Really. His honorary orc name actually means "little pink man in pink", and the orcs affectionately refer to him as "Uncle Pinky".
Ken, the drunken, BFS wielding Sociopathic Hero of No Need for Bushido is revealed to have a passion for Kabuki theatre and berates the other members of his group for a lack of interest in high culture. Said group includes a feudal princess.
Lord Horribus of the Dimension of Pain has a teddy bear called Mr. Boo-boo. According to a presumably non-canon guest artist story, he also has a thing for unicorns. This is all the more extreme considering that he belongs to a species that feel Good Is Bad And Bad Is Good so strongly they are repulsed by the smell of flowers.
Badass Wolf Reynardine from Gunnerkrigg Court seems to be in denial about this. In public, he protests that "Reynardine The Great does not play with dolls!"; in private, he arranges tea parties with Kat's Hellboy, Batman, and Fox Mulder action figures. In public, he's seen reading classics like El Cid; in private he reads Nancy Drew with barely-concealed glee.
Mistertique from Oglaf has been known to wear pink corsets and panties while...working.
Manly Guys Doing Manly Things, which is about Manly Guys of video games attempt to find work in real life. The main character, Commander Badass, repeatedly points out that it's far more manly to be a decent human being (and caring father) than a macho jackass.
Before fine tuning his rogue skills, Rocky from Our Little Adventure worked making flower arrangements with his father.
Belkar Bitterleaf, the Ax-Crazy mass-murdering psychopath ranger from The Order of the Stick who multiclassed to Barbarian and describes himself as having two skill sets, killing things and gourmet cookery.
Let's not forget his beloved pet cat.
Karkat Vantas from Homestuck is a brash, rude, and no-nonsense dude. Who happens to love romantic comedies.
The post-scratch version of Bro Strider seems to love ponies. He's shown to have done a MST of a book about ponies, and a look into his room reveals that he has horse-themed posters, including a picture of Rainbow Dash.
Also, his godtier outfit as Prince of Heart, while mostly a reddish fuchsia, features a decidedly pink aspect symbol and tiara; one of his few complaints is about its pantaloons.
In Housepets!, Rex, a bulldog, is depicted as the muscular right-hand dog of Bino at the Good Ol' Dogs Club. However, his idea of being a watchdog for his owner is buying watches. He also enjoys baking, and openly likes Pridelands, a media franchise made for cats.