Michael Ian Black said boys are broken. These 5 teens are ready for a new masculinity.

“If you want to be’ man enough, ’ you don’t weep. You can’t demonstrate pain. You can’t show upset.”

These are the messages teen boys are get from national societies, as revealed in an interview with NBC’s Stephanie Ruhle. She sat down with five teens aged 13 to 17 to talk about what it means to grow up as boys and men in the U.S.

The sons may not be all right now, but as a mom of a son who’s trying to break through old ideas of manhood, this changing culture of masculinity constructs me confident that they’ll get there.

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