When We Discuss Equality, Let’s Not Forget Men and Emotions

Anger is sad’s bodyguard. By society’s standards, anger is a much more acceptable emotion from a man and may be the only one he has in his arsenal to let out his feelings.

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By Dyanne Brown

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Speaking up for humanity through intersectional social justice. Open to all.

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