Well, I'm not really basing my masculinity on my vehicle choice. As the1mrb says, hybrids are currently the best compromise for me between efficiency and range. I just for back from a trip to Death Valley this weekend, camping in a spot with no electric hookups at all, much less car chargers. Someday there will be charging stations everywhere, but it won't be in the next five years.
That link you cite talks about 12000 charging locations and 33000 plugs. There are 168000 gas stations in the US and probably close to 1000000 pumps. Plus it takes 5 minutes add 300+ miles in my current vehicle. The link says that the faster Ford chargers can add up to 32 miles range per hour. That means that not only do you have to wait longer to charge, but also that you're less likely to find an open charger as it takes much longer to cycle through vehicles. I like fully electric vehicles and hope that I have one soon for anything that involves driving in my metro area. But out West the distances are long and the spaces pretty empty so a fully electric vehicle isn't ideal for outdoor exploration/recreation yet.
A great example of how a hybrid can be deployed is the new Jeep Wrangler 4xe. It adds a plugin hybrid drivetrain to a very capable vehicle to make it more efficient and pore powerful. I could do my commute on electricity only, but still refuel in Podunk, Nowhere if necessary.