Jenna Fenwick Chad Reece English 101 September 12,2016
“Bros Before Hos”
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English September 5, 2012 Guyland Essay Guyland Essay Kimmel’s essay “Bros before Hoes: The Guy Code” discusses the importance of gender identity and how men define themselves. Unlike girls, guys have an unwritten yet crucial set of rules they need to adhere to in order to be accepted by their peers. Kimmel claims the concealment of emotions and showing dominance are some of the common attributes men exhibit to abide by this code of conduct. Men can’t cry or show infirmity without being negatively labeled and made fun of. How men devote themselves to this list of rules labeled the “Guy Code,” and why they will do anything for acceptance from their male peers sums up the main idea of Kimmel’s essay. For guys it’s always better to fit in, rather go against the typical male stereotypes. Boys look up to their fathers and older siblings when they’re young to emulate