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Because being tough all the time hurts. From Burundi to Lesotho, travel with us to Africa to discover the stories of men suffering from the pressure to fulfill traditional male roles, and those defying centuries of stereotypes.
More than 10 years ago, Innocent was a violent husband who splurged all his family's wealth on his 27 lovers. That was before he met a group that has led thousands of men in Burundi to rethink their behaviour. Listen to the first episode of Euronews' podcast, #CryLikeaBoy.
In many societies around the world, men are expected to be tough and in control, successful and dominating, aggressive, and brave. What is the problem with this? Why can these behaviours turn toxic? #CryLikeABoy
As Covid-19 reshapes everyday lives, gender experts argue that men and boys are facing less pressure to be swaggering and sexist, creating a powerful opportunity for change in the wake of the #MeToo movement. #CryLikeABoy
From Burundi to Lesotho, travel with us to Africa to discover the stories of men suffering from pressure to fulfil traditional male roles, and those defying centuries of stereotypes. The hashtag is #CryLikeABoy