Quoting Legendary Amanda:" My husband never cries, never ever. He's cried maybe twice in the 6 years I've known him. Is this weird? ... [snip!] ... daughter in kindergarten) but can't shed a tear to save his life. Do your husbands cry? Do you think not crying is a bad sign?"
I've only seen my husband cry a few times in our relationship: when our kids were born, when a friend's kid was hit by a policeman and killed, when his mom died, when I was going to leave him and this shooting. Every time something is on tv about it, he cries.
I don't think it's weird as in unusual, but I do think it's sad. Men are taught early on to "suck it up". They're taught that it's weak to cry "like a bitch". I think it's time for that to change. I think men should be able to get their emotions out like we're expected to do. I don't think it's healthy for them to keep it bottled up all the time.