It's time to drop the "tough guy" act. By Diana Bruk May 15, In the aftermath of the metoo movement , one of the focal points of discussion has been the way that toxic masculinity is harmful to both women and men. Our outdated views of masculinity—especially the notion that men need to keep all of their feelings bottled up—has serious consequences. An analysis of nearly studies has found that people with strong social bonds have a 50 percent lower mortality risk than those who do not. Much of the survey focused on how men viewed having and expressing feelings and the result this attitude had on their wellbeing. Approximately 90 percent of American men said they believe men value traditionally masculine traits such as aggression, assertiveness, and physical strength.
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Now I know that writing this is not going to change a thing. Okay, ready? Here we go. Believe it or not, most men do not lie in order to get sex.
But ever wondered why? The last time I admired a woman was a few minutes ago, as this really hot chick walked past me, unknowingly conspiring to distract me from my intellectual theories. It took me a few minutes to regain my composure and put my thoughts together, but then, many men have been in my place. And all of us wonder why men love women so much, and why do women always find a way to distract us and yet mesmerize us with a simple glance or a graceful walk?