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Submitted by Samariyah, May 5, 2019 at 18:55

This is actually not true Jessica. INSECURE men are jealous. Yes some Mena men can be jealous but not all jealous men are Mena. His behavior is not a result of his cultural or social background but rather, because of his insecurities and immaturity. Men who do this things are looked at as weak and not masculine. Of course it isn't also not acceptable for wife or gf to conduct herself in an inappropriate fashion with male Company or friends as this is considered equally uncouth.

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