I've always thought the "men aren't emotional" stereotype to be BS. What do you think? This came up because at a wedding this weekend..
The groom cried SO MUCH (they had a mother/son dance and he just couldn't hold it together..or during the speech, or during the ceremony!). 'On paper,' he hits a lot of male stereotypes -- he's the son of a cop and a tiger mom, he's served in the military for the past 8 years, he was frat president back in college, etc. He's just one of MANYYY cis-gendered guys I've seen cry in public...so what's the deal with saying women are the criers?? Just watch Shark Tank and you'll see SO MANY men (of all ages) get choked up. Thoughts?