Guess what? Today there was a Daily Mail article we didn't entirely disagree with! The article in question uses Hillary's most recent cry as a jumping off point to discuss the difference between male and female tears. The writer, Carol Sarler, implies that women cry for a number of nuanced reasons, while men mostly weep due to the "basics": "bereavement, heartbreak and Arsenal losing at home." Obviously this is an enormous generalization, but we did a small sampling of Jezebels and Jezeboys, and we found Sarler to be fairly spot on with her assessment! Where she goes off the rails into Daily (Hate) Mail territory is when she says that often women cry in order to manipulate: the oldest derogatory stereotype in the book. Anyway, after the jump, we offer up some of the reasons we weep. The results may surprise you.