have you looked up male tears on urban dictionary
Oh those Beautiful Bastards XD
Because there’s a huge difference between spreading information and acting upon that information.
Let me give you an example:
There is spoiled hamburger meat in a school. You have two students, Sally, and Jimmy.
Jimmy sees that the hamburger meat is spoiled, so he goes around to tell people about the bad meat and make sure nobody eats it.
Sarah on the other hand notices that they have had less-than-stellar food lately, and decides to circulate a petition demanding higher quality food before presenting it to the principal. The principal sees this and decides to do something about the bad meat.
Now, while Jimmy did help to make sure nobody ingested the meat by informing them, he didn’t really do anything about the problem itself; the meat was still tainted, just everyone knew that it was and not to eat it. It was Sarah who decided to bring attention to it and go to the higher-ups about it and get things to change. Jimmy saved some upset tummies for the short term, but Sarah saved the tummies for the long term.
Does it make sense now? Spreading information is not going to change much. Yes it’s going to make people informed, but that’s it. People still have to do something with that information, or else it’s just a never ending game of telephone.