‘I love you, man’: New study explores evolution of the ‘Bromance’

'I love you, man': New study explores evolution of the 'Bromance'

Thanks to a decline in homophobia, straight men are now better able to embrace "bromances" with other men, according to a new study published in the journal Sex Roles. In order to explore the evolution of these so-called bromances — which the report describes as being "more emotionally intimate, physically demonstrative, and based upon unrivaled trust and cohesion compared to their other friendships" — the study's authors interviewed 30 undergraduate heterosexual and "mostly heterosexual" men studying sport-degree programs at a British University.

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