Bromosexuality . . . the topic of bromance is sort ofawkward. Most of the men I know . . .have ever known . . . have thisirrational attitude towards homosexuality. But now there is the social shift towards the acceptance of men andtheir bromances . . .
they spend excessive amounts of time with each otherspurning their babes in the process . . . they do all the same things, like allthe same things and share feelings for each other that would make them gay . .. you know, if they weren't straight.
A bromance , according to Mirriam-Webster Dictionary . . .yes it’s actually in the dictionary . . . is defined as a close nonsexual friendship between men.
Bromances aren’t entirely new phenomena . . . although theterm is. Historically 18th century Englishmen were known for being demonstrative and expressive. And currently in MiddleEastern countries it’s very common for male friends to hold hands in public.
In the not to distant past it would have been consideredunmanly to display physical affection like hugging and play wrestling. I’m used to men whose range of emotion rangesfrom happy, drunk or cranky . . . psst, I just describe my hubby. Now you see these public displays ofaffection. I don’t know . . . I guess itsokay but it’s just weird.
As far as I can tell, my hubby doesn’t have any particular BFFor bromantic tendencies. Although, Isuspect at least one of his buddies may have a man-crush on him. It’s creepy but as long as it doesn’t startto get too weird I’ll just continue to be secretly amused.