By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

Men Reveal What Makes Them Cry… Every Woman Needs To Know The Last One.

Boys are taught from an early age to be brave and not cry. Society wrongfully equates manhood with the ability to suppress real and valid human emotions. Boys have been shamed, reprimanded, and bullied to “man up.”

With this in mind, Reddit recently posed the question, “men, what makes you cry?” It is no surprise that the male species has a range of emotions just like their female counterparts. What may come as a shock is how open and freely the men expressed themselves. This is definitely a start in the right direction.

"Whenever my wife cries. It always has an effect o new, and I don't want her to have to cry alone. It's really sad for me." - user Malleus_maleficarum

"When I proposed to my now fiancé, I cried like a baby. She was in shock so much she didn't cry till later that day. I had all this stuff I wanted to say but all I could get out before the tears was 'I love you, will you marry me?'" - user heyhey91

"The fact that the person I've loved the most in my life abandoned me for someone else." - user Sandoww

"When Forest Gump asks if his son is like him." - user KarlTon1997

"The scene in Interstellar when they come back from Water World and Coop watches all of the video messages waiting for him." - user SovietMudkip_

"Kids seeing their dads after deployment. Every. Time. No exceptions." - user ISCNU

"When the dog dies in a movie. Never really upset about the people, but man, dogs dying just really tears me apart." - user Ideal_ideas

"I hate thinking about my dog at home, waiting for me. I always tell him where I'm going, what I'll be doing and when I'll be back. It makes me feel better. He's going to be 14 after Christmas and knowing that one day he won't be there to see me come home chokes me up." - user OuttaSightVegemite

"Blackhawk Down, it's Titanic for men." - user Neciota

"When Simba finds Mufasa." - user FaramirFeanor

"Almost any father/son scene. My father passed away when I was young and I get lost in my mind a lot." - user captainsaltyballs

"Seeing my dad cry. Seeing your dad cry is one of the saddest things ever." - user DirkSchafer01

"Getting kicked in the balls" - user FumFumFumFum

"Toy Story 3" - user gaybatman75-6

"First ten minutes of Up." - user conehead88

"As a new father, literally everything. I can't fucking stop. It's a nightmare." - user Captainplanet85

"The "it's not your fault" scene in Good Will Hunting." - user IrishBrute

"When people come together in hard times, or when people do unexpected good things for eachother when they didn't have to." - user Cakemiddleton

"I once had a dream that I had completely ruined my sister's wedding and felt shitty about myself the whole day even though in reality I did just fine at the wedding." - user Rafaeliki

"When my grandma passed away, I was crying for days on end. I was closer to her than I was with my mom, and she basically raised me and made me the man I am today. Every time I think of her, I hold back tears. Fuck the connotation of being a man." - user metsmichael

"Not having a friend to talk to, laugh with, or get drunk and have experimental sex with." - user DirkSchafer01

Next, this man cries when he opens his birthday present.

Source: reddit