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Why are women naturally left wing and socialist?
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[quote:Keep2theCode:MV8xODY0NjkyXzM2MTkyNTIyXzI4QUU4MTMx] [quote:Anonymous Coward 34463679:MV8xODY0NjkyXzM2MTkyMjM3XzQ0OTA1MjdB] [quote:Keep2theCode:MV8xODY0NjkyXzM2MTkyMDc0X0JBNzExMkFB] One more time: females and males are of one and the same species. ... Talk about group think! [/quote] OF COURSE males and females are the same species! But they think differently, process 'emotion' differently, and so-on. Do you deny this? And of course we're all individuals, which why I added several disclaimers. But, I'm really concerned here with what's the norm among males and females, and the norm is indeed females IMO tend to be more prone to rigid thinking and ideologies. And if you look at many 'radical' groups [for this purpose I'll describe them as groups with rigid and often extreme ideology], they are generally top heavy with females. And regarding politics in America [and elsewhere], statistically females are far more likely to vote 'leftist' or liberal than males, in fact in America women are one of the core supporters of the Democratic party, and Democrats openly acknowledge they court them and ignore males. Going 'rogue' is the opposite of group think, and it can be a good thing, and a bad thing, depends. But males in general are more prone to be individualistic than females. [/quote] Who says they [b]all, without exception[/b], "think differently, process 'emotion' differently, and so-on"? I absolutely DO deny this. You cannot tell a male brain from a female brain online unless they identify themselves; I and others have proved this hundreds of times over the years. It's a stereotype you believe in, not a fact of nature. Those individuals you admit defy the stereotypes are proof that the differences between male and female are far less than the differences among males and among females. Tendencies and statistics are no excuse for broad-brushing half the human race. Nobody will dictate to me how I must "act" or "play a role" just because of my genitalia. And I challenge your alleged stats anyway. [quote:Anonymous Coward 34463679:MV8xODY0NjkyXzM2MTkyMjg4XzM3REI5NjIw] [quote:Keep2theCode:MV8xODY0NjkyXzM2MTkyMTQ0XzkwOUUyQjVF] [quote:Anonymous Coward 34463679:MV8xODY0NjkyXzM2MTkyMDc5X0M0QzA2RTE3] Absent a reliable and honorable father/husband/BF, it's very difficult financially for a lone woman to have a baby and properly raise it. So yes, the concept that women can 'do it all' and spit out kids without worrying about having a daddy around, is predicated on government social services. They act as a substitute for a reliable mom and dad. [/quote] Many men also want a permanent "mommy" around to wash and cook and sew for them, because they can't do it themselves. Like I said before: the problem is [b]dependency[/b], regardless of what kind of dependency it is. Parenthood does work best with both parents helping each other, nobody disputes that. But who is society to dictate which parent earns the money while the other cares for the children? Let the couple decide for themselves, without state or control freak interference. [/quote] Males BY NATURE are not particularly good care-givers. Nature doesn't design for this purpose. When people like you deny this simple fact of nature, or the simple fact males are more aggressive, think and process info and emotion differently than females, this is where we get into trouble. Nature knows best. [/quote] [b]Exceptions[/b] are numerous and refute your claims about "nature". What you really are talking about is averages, and these are heavily influenced by culture... which is NURTURE or environment, not biology. Many men are excellent caregivers, and many women are horrible caregivers. If it were NATURE there could never be [b]any[/b] exceptions, let alone [b]so many[/b] exceptions. Not all males are aggressive; not all females are passive. Denying this is pointless. [/quote]
I see it all the time, they all identify with the "do gooder" mentality that is part of their maternal instinct. Women are emotional creatures and thus not really cutout to make tought decisions when it comes to politics because their feelings will always get in the way. If there are any true conservative women out there make yourself heard.
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