While our physical differences in size and anatomy are obvious, the question of psychological differences between the genders is a lot more complicated and controversial.
This has obviously become an incendiary post, to the point of going viral. Likewise, every MGTOW battle cry and every stat you guys use to drive your confirmation bias has already been brought up and respectfully responded to most of which several times.
Please read this other post before commenting to gain clarity on my gender-neutral position on human behavior. We were actively discussing creative ways she might encourage the kind of man she deserves to introduce himself, start a conversation and sweep her off of her feet.
And probably before that as well. So we talked about it some. And since I was on a road trip and passing through South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, I decided to do somewhat of a field study.
At each stop I made it a point to stop and observe what happened whenever men and women were in close proximity to each other.
Time and again what I observed was…nothing. Not even one time out of maybe two hundred.
The odds of seeing a jaguar in the wild in Florida are probably greater than that. But these guys were apparently oblivious that there were sexy women within the scope of their radar.
Now, I know what you might be thinking, but give me some credit here. I completely get the importance of subtlety.
At least in principle we understand all that stuff. Time after time dudes were strolling by fantastically hot women with virtually nothing on, apparently without even having noticed. I was, and remain, astonished by what I saw repeat itself over and over again.
Back at school, if a girl dared wear red underwear beneath white pants our entire dormitory new about it by lunchtime.
Hell, I remember guys in pickup trucks hanging out of windows and hollering at my MOM when I was about four or five years old. So what gives nowadays? So nobody is suggesting we revert to real, genuine sexual harassment. How are we to ever continue the cycle of procreation to perpetuate the human race?
In my completely random opinion—which is pure conjecture, mind you—I can think of at least three factors that may be conspiring here. The result is that we as men have been successfully conditioned to leave women the hell alone. The sobering thought that comes to mind here is that this factor alone is moving our culture from an epidemic fear of approaching women to an equally pandemic state of being afraid to even LOOK at them.
For me it was just a couple of years ago. Perhaps the more interesting question is this: Have we actually gotten to the point where an image on our computer screen is a more potent stimulus than a real, live woman?
And indeed, as people tuned in to their headphones they tuned out all else around them, including other humans. But what about social media?
Nowadays people are rapidly feeling less compelled to actually interact with people in person. We type at each other on Facebook and Twitter, look at the pictures and watch the videos. Let me be the first to raise my hand and admit that I most certainly pick up the phone less often and attend fewer social gatherings these days.
So what do you think? I made sure to make this a blog post instead of a regular newsletter because I really, seriously would love to hear your opinion.
And I want to hear from both men and women on this. Or have I been reading my data all wrong? Do you see men admiring women all the time where you live? Here are ten phrases that you should be listening for that are dead giveaways.Adjusted for total brain size (men’s are bigger), a woman’s hippocampus, critical to learning and memorization, is larger than a man’s and works differently.
Conversely, a man’s amygdala, associated with the experiencing of emotions and the recollection of such experiences, is bigger than a woman’s. often than the woman does. In het-erosexual couples, actual sexual text for sexuality more than men do. When Regan and Berscheid () asked young adults to de-fine sexual desire, men were more Human Sexuality: How Do Men and Women Differ?
Letitia Anne Peplau 1 Psychology Department, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles. Women also sexually abuse children, but their reasons often differ from men’s. 3. A woman I can argue with, without it turning into a fight. “I want someone that I can argue with (and who will argue with me), without it turning into a fight.
Someone that can call me on my BS when it matters, who isn’t going to flip out if I call her on hers. Given the general principles of Church teaching just enunciated, the following guidelines for pastoral care emerge.
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