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The "inherit difference" between genders is (I believe) purely physical. Human brains aren't made differently if you're a man or woman. However, the differences in personality are what society has built. These "emotional" categories are only created , they're not biological
Mini rant, read if you want
So I loved this conversation, but I agree, people should hold the door open for people. However, I was taught by my mother, to not erase a mans chivalrous behavior, so if he wants to open your car door or the door to the restaurant, let him. Don’t expect it, but don’t ruin the part of him that wants to be that way. I didn’t understand it at the time because being a teenager and thinking “I’m a strong woman, I can open my own damn door” was running through my head, but thinking about it now, I can see how it’s good to reinforce those things if the person is already trying to be polite in that way. Again, I don’t expect every man to open the door for me, and I’d be ridiculous to, but I don’t think people should have to feel like that’s something a man is doing because he thinks you’re incapable. Just like the “men try to fix problems when women just want someone to listen” like??? He wants to help, why is that bad? Admittedly, I have been upset by this before because in an emotional time when you’re trying to vent and the guy you’re talking to is trying to offer solutions, it can be annoying, but if it’s someone you trust and can be vulnerable with, that communication of “right now I just need to cry and vent, please don’t try to fix this right now” can completely eliminate that frustration, without eliminating his desire to help you. And vice versa. Also, guys really don’t realize how scary they are to women. They should think about that before being offended that a girl doesn’t want to talk to them, or doesn’t acknowledge them, because she’s literally scared for her life. Anyway, end rant.
In Canada if you hold a door open for one person, it's unacceptable to leave or close that door until the place closes or another person offers you a Molson and to take your spot at the door. Americans think they have it rough
Individualizing issues like toxic gender roles erases it completely and is swept under the rug therefore reproducing it. Home girl with the cute fro really knows what she’s talking about, keep fighting the good fight! :)
Lmao, i was at my friends yesterday, and i had won a game of monopoly quick, thanks to luck as normal. Guess how these males acted? They said i had to clear the stuff away, and just left me to it. WTF. Next time i play that game with them, and i lose, ill act the same way. Grudges are fun ;)
Well that shows how petty they can be. And that they aren't emotionless, but not 'masculine'. Funnily enough they are stanch believers in 2 genders but get upset over a game.
Okay hold on bitches opening up a door IS NOT RESPECT a female can open her own door and should do it themselves LIKE EEEEVERYONE ELSE people do your OWN Stuff like it starts with opening door burro like now we need men to open all sorts of doors for ur like career doors financiel doors etcetc we ain't in control bc we led too much out of our hands making everyone including ourselves believe that we ain't capable of doing things on our OWN
Bring a man who's divorced, has no custody of their children and is handing over half his wages/salary to support ex wife and kids he never gets to see and he will give you a massive list of disadvantages men have in this current society.
Chivalry NEVER HURT women. If you love and respect something you go the extra mile. It doesn't mean women are incapable. This world view that chivalry was because men thought women to be incapable is a modern feminist ideal.
I'm a teenage girl and I was taught to hold the door open for everyone? I think everyone needs to be taught that. I literally will stand outside my classroom holding the door open for all my classmates. It's not like I just sit at the door and wait for a man to open it. Girls are capable of opening doors, we shouldn't expect men to do it for us.
Girls that wait for men to open the door for them are retarded, now if they offer to do it then cool but if u just stand there waiting for him to open it FOR U when u have fully functional arms then stop being petty and open the dam door smh
Men and women's brains and bodies are different. That's why trans people exist. Different hormones and different brain structures definitely change how men and women are. There are exceptions of course. Women's brain have more empathy and are more emotional while men's aren't as much.
As a woman, I always hold the door open for people who happen to be behind me. When I am with my friends, I instinctively go for the door and hold it open until every each and one of my friends is inside. In my country, men and women do that. Men held doors for me, but that didn’t make me feel lesser or vulnerable in any way. It made me feel respected! I am in the UK at university now and not one man held the door open for me. I was in plenty on situations where they actually cut in front of me, went inside and left the door close behind them... I was so shocked I actually had a conversation with my parents about it when I came back home. Now when I’m in the UK, even though I will never stop opening and holding doors for people, I’ll never dare expect to be treated the same way. Cultural shock is a real thing, kids!
It's very hard for me to read comments of videos like these regarding the struggles of men and women because it seems many people like to trivialize the struggles us men go through. And people wonder why we typically don't show emotion or talk about our feelings....
1st thing they said about emotions hahaha testosterone (the hormone in men) make men react in anger and estrogen (the hormone in women) make women react sad or anxious. They can be unblanaced based on your gender but typically. It is INHERENT
There will be a agreement with men and women one females accept their femininity it has power to them being less intimidating you understand somebodies going to agree with one that’s the agreement.
It means that most of these females keep excluding mean in the process and keep including themselves. If they were ever to be married (if possible) thee would only be thinking of themselves not their counterpart. That would be so one sided these pantsys shouldn’t be running for anything. There will always be a right side no middle ground. PERIODT
I'm a black male and i have disadvantages and I have disadvantages because of my gender, black people are the worst treated people on the planet but Black are treated well because we live ina patriarchy they are also objectified, while black men just get the worse treated, people often forget that there's no black many smoking cigars in a mazerati talking about to discriminate against, the patriarchy is white men , so if we topple that patriarchy its gucci.
In our society since there is a (white) partraich, men can be expeded to be like certain people, I mean the alot of the greek gods are men, so I feel that sometimes men a given impossible role models to be like. Image tell a boy he has to led people and provide for a whole family thats crazy I'm glad gender roles are chaging. When my parents were growning up the man work the woman stayed at home, now we know thats counter productive and now both people work and both people take care of the home, thats twice the money and twice faster house task, i don't need any movement to tell me that that's more productive
I think the concept for these videos is great, but they’re too short, and I want to see more back and forth and direct responses to what each person is saying. These topics are too important for a 10-12 minute video.
I don't believe that men SHOULD open doors for me, but I appreciate it when they do. Like with all gentlemanly behaviour, it makes me feel valued and taken care of, if in the right context. I have a friend who was raised very traditionally, so much so that he will instinctually always walk on the side of traffic when we're together - if we walk so that the traffic is on the other side, he switches sides. He also always offers his hand for balance in stairs, especially if I'm wearing heels, he'll check if I'm too cold and offer his jacket, or if there's anything I need. He always makes me feel like a lady, and never like he's patronising me, because he makes it clear that he respects the hell out of me, my opinions, and my capabilities.
As a woman, I enjoy holding or opening doors for men if they are going into a store at the same time as me, it often either confuses them or they are really thankful and thrown off and maybe that will stay in their mind . Like maybe if they think a certain way of women they will consider that small act of kindness I did for them plus it does feel powerful to reverse the weird social rule. (I will hold the door open for anyone because its kind but to flip the role/expectations I enjoy)
I don't understand why people are like 'Women are stronger than Men physically' because they're not, men are naturally built with more muscles. I do understand the fighter part though, to be completely honest strength comes with how you take care of your body. I hope nobody gets triggered and that you kind of understand what I'm TRYING to say
Urgh the guy who brought up that women UFC fighters are stronger than some men, obviously but men are naturally built differently and are naturally stronger it’s a fact people aren’t hating on the fact that women can train and become strong. But you wouldn’t be able to put two trained ufc fighters of the opposite sex in a cage, the same way every sport is split. To make it fair.
You guys should look up fifty differences between men and women, its a good video that talks about how mens brain are hard wired, and how women’s brains are hardwired, it will clear up a lot of questions about societal norms versus instincts
this is one of the silliest subjects you ever had.
There are more in group differences then differences between men and women. it's silly as hell. feminists vs MRA's that's a discussion to have. not random men vs women..
Anyone who is knowledgable in psychology or biology knows that there are not only noticeable inherent differences between men and women physically (men are usually bigger, faster and stronger than women), but also mentally. A lot of these differences are actually biological and heavily influenced by differing brain structures (obviously we are vastly more alike than different but in general there are measurable differences). That's not to say that many of these differences between the sexes aren't influenced by social conditioning, but more to say that saying that idea is the sole reasoning, is an over-simplification of the matter and factually incorrect.
It's natural for men to be less emotional. I think society amplifies it but It's okay. I honestly don't mind being reserved regarding emotion, most dudes just talk to themselves about their problems and in most cases it's enough
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