All the Bros I Love Leave Me


„…The classic stereotype about male friendships is that they’re more “instrumental,” rather than “emotional”: women bond, men wrestle. Women share emotions, men share activities. I acknowledge this stereotype is sexist—there is absolutely no reason why women shouldn’t grow close over boxing, while men can absolutely get tight through mutual expressions of feeling. Nonetheless, it’s a tendency I’ve often observed to be accurate. The dudes in the kitchen at my work are incredibly close, but they wouldn’t be, probably, if they met at a book club—they’re brought together by their weekly butchery of a fresh pig. This kind of sucks for me, because emotion is my favourite activity…“

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