“What our research found,” Briggs explains, “is that often things get taken to an extreme level, without the consent of the groom or all the members of the group.” He cites examples of drunk men getting lost in foreign cities, or bachelor parties tying the groom—naked—to a door with saran wrap. In his view, men are pressured to take part in these rituals of extreme shaming and humiliation, often against their will.”When you unpack below the public humiliation and all these moments of degradation, what you realize is men feel quite uncomfortable about it,” Briggs argues. In his view, bachelor parties feed into a social construction of masculinity that is highly performative.

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