Fun than ro­mance

‘Bro­mance’ more

Daily Star - - News -

MOD­ERN men can en­joy “bro­mances” more than ro­man­tic re­la­tion­ships with their girl­friends, ac­cord­ing to a new psy­cho­log­i­cal sur­vey.

Many men told re­searchers they felt less judged and less likely to be nagged by close male friends than by their girl­friends. They also felt more able to ex­press their emo­tions to an­other man.

Sci­en­tists high­lighted the in­creas­ingly in­ti­mate na­ture of “bro­mances” like that of Chris Hughes and Kem Ceti­nay in TV’s Love Is­land.

Adam White, a re­searcher at Winch­ester Univer­sity, said: “Our study showed that young men openly pro­nounce love for their bro­mances and en­gage in highly in­ti­mate be­hav­iours, both emo­tion­ally and phys­i­cally.”

TV PALS: Chris and Kem

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