President Obama shed a tear for the children of Newtown as he mentioned the murders of 20 first graders at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
This was an incident that shocked a lot of people and of course many took to social media to voice their opinions.
CapeTalk/702’s Phemelo Ngcobo spoke to Siphiwe Mpye Founder & Director at Random Window about masculinity and crying men.
Listen to the full conversation below:
With regards to President Obama crying and of course listening to the tape again, I think it was genuine.— Siphiwe Mpye Founder & Director at Random Window
The idea of masculinity is constantly being challenged, it is constantly evolving …— Siphiwe Mpye Founder & Director at Random Window
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