Boys don't cry.
Their minds are dictated by conformity, emotions morphed together from abnormality. They're told that sensitivity is weak, to never weep. They can't cry. Genes don't make the boy. Life doesn't create the boy.
It weighs down. It burdens. It weaves together those emotions to be composed and perfect and poised, because boys need to act a certain way so the labels don't invade.
Why is crying considered an offense? Why is sensitivity not embraced? Why is empathy shunned?