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8th Aug '16 12:12:26 PM dy031101
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* Unfortunately, despite the implications this can bring about, there actually is a social stigma related to men crying in public, or if they are simply caught crying in front of the wrong person, because the society at large tends to assume that men have nothing truly worth complaining about or crying for or that, even if they should have something worth crying for, they are obligated to always play second fiddle to everyone else.

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* Unfortunately, despite the implications this can bring about, there actually is a social stigma related to men crying in public, or if they are simply caught crying in front of the wrong person, because the society at large tends to assume that men have nothing truly worth complaining about or crying for or that, even if they should ever have something worth crying for, their plight will always be nothing compared to that of everyone else, and therefore they are obligated to always play second fiddle to everyone else.
6th Aug '16 6:20:52 PM dy031101
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* Unfortunately, despite the implications this can bring about, there actually is a social stigma related to men crying in public, or if they are simply caught crying in front of the wrong person, because the society at large tends to assume that men have nothing truly worth complaining about or crying for or that, even if they have something worth crying for, they are obligated to always play second fiddle to everyone else.

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* Unfortunately, despite the implications this can bring about, there actually is a social stigma related to men crying in public, or if they are simply caught crying in front of the wrong person, because the society at large tends to assume that men have nothing truly worth complaining about or crying for or that, even if they should have something worth crying for, they are obligated to always play second fiddle to everyone else.
6th Aug '16 6:20:18 PM dy031101
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* Unfortunately, despite the implications this can bring about, there actually is a social stigma related to men crying in public, or if they are simply caught crying in front of the wrong person, because the society at large tends to assume that men have nothing to complain or cry about or that, even if they have something worth crying for, they should always play second fiddle to everyone else.

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* Unfortunately, despite the implications this can bring about, there actually is a social stigma related to men crying in public, or if they are simply caught crying in front of the wrong person, because the society at large tends to assume that men have nothing to complain or cry truly worth complaining about or crying for or that, even if they have something worth crying for, they should are obligated to always play second fiddle to everyone else.
6th Aug '16 5:18:48 PM dy031101
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* Unfortunately, despite the implications this can bring about, there actually is a social stigma related to men crying in public, or if they are simply caught crying in front of the wrong person, because the society at large tends to assume men to have nothing to complain or cry about.

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* Unfortunately, despite the implications this can bring about, there actually is a social stigma related to men crying in public, or if they are simply caught crying in front of the wrong person, because the society at large tends to assume that men to have nothing to complain or cry about.about or that, even if they have something worth crying for, they should always play second fiddle to everyone else.
6th Aug '16 5:15:40 PM dy031101
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* Unfortunately, despite the implications this can bring about, there actually is a social stigma related to men crying in public, or if they are simply caught crying in front of the wrong person.

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* Unfortunately, despite the implications this can bring about, there actually is a social stigma related to men crying in public, or if they are simply caught crying in front of the wrong person.person, because the society at large tends to assume men to have nothing to complain or cry about.
29th Jul '16 10:20:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hw1_wKvd-3g When a Man Cries]]'' by TheDivineComedy is all about how society all but prevents a man from outwardly crying.

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* ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hw1_wKvd-3g When a Man Cries]]'' by TheDivineComedy Literature/TheDivineComedy is all about how society all but prevents a man from outwardly crying.
24th Jul '16 12:24:25 PM CactusFace
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* Very much averted in medieval Europe. Crying was quite common among men and without social stigmata, with bards even singing about how warriors and knights cried together in fear for their lives befor battle.
29th May '16 6:46:42 PM Pichu-kun
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* In one episode of ''Manga/NurseAngelRirikaSOS'' Seiya tells Ririka's younger brother Shou that boys shouldn't cry easily. Shou learns to be more brave and less sensitive. Seiya himself occasionally tears up, especially when [[AfraidOBlood he sees blood]].
15th Apr '16 4:04:53 PM totoofze47
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** Sanji is a bit of a weird example. He regularly go into OcularGushers for the sake of comedy, but when an actual sad situation occurs (like Usopp's departure and [[spoiler:Merry's funeral]]), and Luffy, Nami, Usopp, Chopper and Franky are crying their hearts out, he will often stand at the sideline and just look all stoic like Zoro. But since Sanji is not TheStoic in general, it may very well be because he plays the trope straight and chooses not to show emotion.

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** Sanji is a bit of a weird example. He regularly go into OcularGushers for the sake of comedy, but when an actual sad situation occurs (like Usopp's departure and [[spoiler:Merry's funeral]]), and Luffy, Nami, Usopp, Chopper and Franky are crying their hearts out, he will often stand at the sideline and just look all stoic like Zoro.Zoro (His departure from the Baratie notwithstanding). But since Sanji is not TheStoic in general, it may very well be because he plays the trope straight and chooses not to show emotion.
1st Apr '16 1:08:11 PM Pichu-kun
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* The man being sung about in Jayn's ObsessionSong "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5KGbxNTDB8 Smoke And Mirrors]]" has a reason to cry as the VillainProtagonist is holding his friend/lover hostage and is threatening to [[MurderTheHypotenuse kill her]]. Still, this trope gets referenced.

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* The man being sung about in Jayn's ObsessionSong "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5KGbxNTDB8 Smoke And Mirrors]]" has a reason to cry as the VillainProtagonist is holding his friend/lover wife hostage and is threatening to [[MurderTheHypotenuse kill her]]. Still, this trope gets referenced.
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