Why are so many guys weak and crying these days

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What's happened to the strong tough men all I see today is many guys crying and whinging what the hell has happened?
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I blame it on Covid. It's natural to weep following the death of a parent or grandparent or friend. And it's not a sign of weakness to do so.

Although it would be a sign of weakness to keep crying and not move on in a positive way from such a bereavement a year after it happened.

That's the crying.

For the whinging there's always been a proportion of people with a negative outlook. I don't think that has changed over the years.
Leave them to their negativity. Whilst you stay positive and optimistic. Because positivity is more realistic in the UK in 2021. Because our lives in this country today are overwhelmingly neutral to good. There's not that many bad things that happen to us and they don't last long - in general on average.
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Anon is the new Crying.
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What's happened to the tough and emotionally resilient men who don't abuse anon?
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The strong, tough men who were probably also alcoholics?
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What's happened to the strong tough men all I see today is many guys crying and whinging what the hell has happened?
The pressure on men to hide their emotions is slowly disappearing.
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Because the idea that men have to be tough etc and woman have to be feminine is getting outdated.

Just like how you see much more masculine woman around.
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Because the idea that men have to be tough etc and woman have to be feminine is getting outdated.

Just like how you see much more masculine woman around.
I see myself as a masculine woman
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You forgot the question mark. Oh, the pain! :bawling:.
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I see myself as a masculine woman
Just out of curiosity do want a man that masculine?

And do you take the lead in the relationship?
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What's happened to the tough and emotionally resilient men who don't abuse anon?
TSR cancelled them. Or rather, they cancelled TSR.
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Just out of curiosity do want a man that masculine?

And do you take the lead in the relationship?
Yeah I prefer the tough alpha guys
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Yeah I prefer the tough alpha guys
Ok nice, but those guys tend to prefer feminine woman.
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Ok nice, but those guys tend to prefer feminine woman.
I'm sure some guys like a masculine woman, I rather a guy make the first move anyway
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Oh dear…men showing human emotions? What a crime.
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I'm sure some guys like a masculine woman, I rather a guy make the first move anyway
and im sure some women like a feminine guy
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Tbh I feel the same, seeing a guy cry makes me cringe as a girl. One time I was in the pub with my friends and this guy who occasionally tags along suddenly said no one likes him and he wanted to end his life before starting to cry, I was just wtf and kinda got up and left him there
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I'm sure some guys like a masculine woman, I rather a guy make the first move anyway
Thats very feminine of you to expect a guy to make the first move
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theres nothing wrong with a man crying
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Because being male is awful
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