2 years ago
Last edited at 2:35AM on 8/10/2011
No . . . If you're also into football, I don't know a guy that doesn't cry at the end of "Brian's Song" or "Something for Joey". Crying simply means you are experiencing the emotions of the moment. I am straight, spent two tours of duty as a Marine in Vietnam and have often re-experienced moments with tears . . . I was a Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps and I cried like a baby the first time I went to the Vietnam Memorial in Washington D.C. Now . . . if you cry watching "Desperate Housewives", that might be a different story ;-)
No, it is not bad that a straight guy almost cried at the end of the beauty and the beast. This is perfectly normal as men have emotions too and the right to express them. Expressing yourself through emotions helps you and the other people around you know how you feel to be able to reach out to you.
2 years ago
Last edited at 8:47PM on 8/9/2011
I think that's the problem with our society- females are aloud to show all their intuitive senses while if a guy does it he's weak or a "girl" (our society is women hating!) but no, crying doesn't make you weak or girl-like. I think it's refreshing:) you were moved by a play:) you felt touched. Nothing wrong with that! above also is right:)