Men seem to have many feelings.
But, when it comes to expressing those feelings, there could be a glitch for many. I have met some 'emotional' men. I find their company pleasing and the way in which they interact almost progressive compared to the majority who seem to live in fear of showing an emotion.
When we look at the men who work in public service, expressly those in congress, ... if one shows emotion, it is quick to be dragged before the public and the emoter, publicly flogged.
Like, when Boehner cried. Although it isn't the only example..and it is one in which one's party may have played a role, however, he cried and then he was publicly flogged for crying, for showing emotion.
Women say they want men who are compassionate and sensitive, but when those men exhibit these characteristics, they are 'attacked' so to speak.
Why is this? And should men in power be shut down when they show some emotion? Is is good to deny this 'need' to public servants? Can public servants multitask, in that, do the difficult while expressing their feelings about it?