CMV: Men aren't out of touch with their emotions; men are simply more emotionally mature

January 2, 2019
111 upvotes

I'm sure there are some men out there who suppress their emotions to an unhealthy degree (as there are women who do the same), but in general, I think most men are more in touch with their emotions, by evidence of the fact that men don't lash out and dump their problems on to other people the way women do.

Women are seen as being more open not because they somehow handle their emotions better. Quite the contrary, the fact that women can't deal with things on their own and have to vent and otherwise turn their problems into other people's problems, proves fairly conclusively that women are less able to handle their emotions, and are overall less emotionally mature.

We've taken signs of maturity and responsibility in men, and turned it around to pretend that men are robots, or otherwise don't know how to handle their emotions, when exactly the opposite is true.

I think this characterization is patronizing towards men, dishonest, and in the end, encourages bad behavior out of women.

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Title CMV: Men aren't out of touch with their emotions; men are simply more emotionally mature
Author Oncefa2
Upvotes 111
Comments 415
Date January 2, 2019 12:53 PM UTC (2 years ago)
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