Fact or emotion?
Absolute truth or relative truth?
I guess we are not as rational thinkers as we like to think we are.
So why is it okay to say or name three things women are better at, but not okay to say or name three things men are better at?
What would those women's brothers, dads, male friends think about that?
Why do we have things called "diversity" but not for one particular gender?
We are all different and we should take advantage of our uniqueness in this world.
What do you think?
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I think there may be some mental health issues there. To begin crying simply because someone pointed out that the average man is physically stronger than the average woman is quite odd. She doesn't have to know about biology and physiology. It's a fact that everybody knows. Is she offended by facts? Something is not quite right there.
I think it is an american thing... seriously, people are so 'sensitive' nowadays
and btw that reaction at 5:45 literally I reacted the same and I am a girl it is beyond ridiculous what she said
and of course generally men are stronger otherwise there wouldnt be any difference in the physical testing for the army
Yeah, I agree there generally is a difference in build. Have you seen Jeff Nippard's video on the difference on training for men and women?
Concerning instincts when seeking out a companion, there is a thing about women prefering certain men's natural smell while other men don't smell good to them. You know, the お父さん臭い thing being about genes has popped up on the news and variety shows more recently.
But, certain gendered traits/stereotypes/norms can vary depending on culture and era. Things like financial stability and status of a man can easily rank much lower in importance compared to shared interests, depending on the individual. Another example, that Roland guy being one of the highest paid hosts or successful hosts in general in Japan. Kind of an interesting situation.
cruel reality that makes life fair is that everyone is better then someone else. someone is better then you at something, and you are better then someone else at something. its a beautiful cycle that makes us who we are.
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