The Noble Art of the Manly Cry


One of our most firmly entrenched ideas of masculinity is that men don’t cry. But historical and literary evidence suggests that, in the past, male weeping was regarded as normal in almost every part of the world for most of recorded history. Consider Homer’s Iliad, in which the entire Greek army bursts into unanimous tears no less than three times…

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