This is a discussion on Pondering selfishness within the Discrimination & Sexist Double Standards anti misandry forums, part of the Why We're Here category; I seem to recall reading in Bax's the fraud of feminism about how women had an inclination towards seeing the ...
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I seem to recall reading in Bax's the fraud of feminism about how women had an inclination towards seeing the smaller picture, and were less likely to sacrifice their resources for others than men were; and this is why men made better leaders (of both the household and the state). Of course, many of Belfort Bax's ideas would be instantly ridiculed if presented today, but it would be interesting to see a study on the ratio of men who helped the feminine cause VS women who helped the male cause. I really think this would reveal some things about the altruism of both genders--of course the womens' movement would be nowhere if it weren't for men in the first place--but i can't say that this would necessarily be innate, it could just be a result of the social expectation.
of course this also greatly ties into chivalry.
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Let's assume, for arguments sake that women were shown to do very little for men's causes (while the contrary were shown for men helping women's causes)... feminists would only use that as 'proof' that men have no problems and, as such, only women need help - because we all know only women can be victims of anything.►My blog / Your Blog
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