Ok, where to start. First, I personally am not a fan of rompers on my own body, they can be uncomfortable and if you have to go to the bathroom one side of said romper will inevitably end up laying in a pool of God only knows what on the public restroom floor. There's good and bad when it comes to rompers for guys, here they are and you decide.
More and more men are showing emotion, you see it on awards shows, in sports, and in everyday life. Men cry about their wives, children, career, and life. It wasn't acceptable at one time. Most men's men like John Wayne wouldn't cave to showing any emotion but a strong straight face.
What is the perfect man? Some women believe it has to do with the way he treats her. Some women think it's looks, money, and stature. Some women think it's Aaron Rodgers. All of them are wrong. Experts say, and by experts I mean women say, the "Perfect Man" does not exist.
This Pantene commercial was brought to my attention by another female. She told me the message was that there was inequality between women and men and that women should remain strong and powerful and forge forward in our quest for equality. However, after viewing the video and reading what men had to say, I see both sides. Do you?
This year's Oscars, and ones past have featured some moving roles with men showing emotion. Some of the Oscar voters have said it was that emotion that put them over the hump and got them the nod. What do you think of men that cry