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  • Bromances are breaking down masculine boundaries
  • Bromances are breaking down masculine boundaries
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Bromances are breaking down masculine boundaries

If the Obama presidency taught us anything, it’s that the world loves a bromance. Now, a study has found that the benefits of close, affectionate friendships between men go well beyond making the internet laugh; they are “loosening the straightjacket of traditional masculinity.”

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