Why Do We Murder the Beautiful Friendships of Boys?
Mark Greene

I have always felt deep empathy for boys as far back as I can remember. When I was a child, I used to think about how difficult it was for boys to make friends and keep them than girls. Your mention of romantic love not being sufficient in fulfilling loneliness in men has opened my eyes and has gotten me wondering about the men I meet who talk to me because they are more interested in having me as a friend than anything more than that.

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