No, I don't like them and I am proudly without beard. I have nothing against men with beard (a part I don't like most of them physically), but I have all against people who believe "beard makes you more manly". Surely it is not beard to make you more or less manly, and surely taking care of our body (including cutting beard) should not be limited only to women (beard does not applies to women, but that is a general statement, not regarding explicitly beard). "Beard makes you more manly" seems a stereotype of the past, not much different from "if you shave your body you are gay" or other similar stereotypes. It is your behaviour and your general style to make you more or less manly, not the fact you have beard or not.
That's my opinion, so: if you like beard, keep it and show it proudly. If you don't like it (like me, without beard and with a completely shaved body), cut it without being afraid of "being considered less manly", because I think similar stupid statements should not even be mentioned in a modern society, even if unluckily most people seem to still think about them.
Hope I answered your question exactly, by doing this I expressed my opinion and my personal preferences, that surely shall not be the same ones of other people.