Women are free to show a full spectrum of emotion. We love, hate, cry rivers, praise, envy, slash tires, burn bridges, and nurture.
Meanwhile men are only publicly allowed to be cucumber cool or a wall punching fool.
Need an example: This week Hip Hop's Jewish Wonder Boy Drake finally released his much anticipated,
After watching the clip from MTV News below this lovely girl thought the raw emotions were sweet not fruity, genuine not Stan-ish, pure not the typical male "I'm too cool to sweat someone's talents"
When it comes to full on manly emotion I for one don't need nor care for someone who feels and emotes the same way I do (be a man damnit) but why can't men show a little love for another man without all the homo rhetoric?
Better yet why is it only acceptable for men to cry when they're on a field, or court, or course, wearing jerseys, gear, and a number on their chests?
Hell, some even labeled our POTUS "soft" because he didn't cuss out BP fast enough. But if he held his Oval Office Address next to a box of Kleenex crying about the pelicans we'd impeach his azz.
Yet this is okay.
Why is this the only suitable attire men can wear when they cry? And while I'm on a roll (no Kaiser) what's with all the azz slapping? Who approved this?
And who authorized this butt dap?
I need answers people. The floor is open.