Calm down, dude. Just an opinion. I think Justin is more appropriate for a boy than a man. It's like a little boys name.
I simultaneously agree and disagree, and my name is Justin. I think it is a generational thing. There just simply isn't anybody in their 40s named Justin, yet it is extremely common among males aged 15-30 right now. Because of this, the last 20 years has been filled with child "Justins" thus it is associated with kids. Give it 10-15 years though, and it will be commonly associated with men. Btw, I have had no problems as an adult receiving respect because of my name.
My names also Justin. Like the poster above said I think it'll be common for older guys in the future. I know quite a few people with the same name that are around my age. Never really had any trouble with it.
Worst names I've seen someone with are Storm and Thorne
No Muslim person either. Who the f*ck names their first name "Holy War". Perhaps a surname.. but come on now. They're usually variations of the "99 Names of Allah" or some kind of Islamic prophet with an "Al-*insert Family name in*
Add an -ovic and you've got the Bosnians covered too
You'd think so, but there are plenty of Bosnian last names that don't end in ovic. Dzeko, for instance. Mine however does end with an ovic, we got that from the serbs though