Boys Don’t Cry
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Poignant. Honest. And needed.

I’ve known that “edge”. This year is probably the most I’ve ever cried in my life. In church, in the car, in the shower. It’s basically been a purge of all the emotions I was too embarrassed or too scared to release. I respect how so many spaces online are becoming more open to starting a dialogue specifically around black men and our silent fragility.

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