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Men dont feel the need to protect women because they are weak. Men feel the need to protect women because they are precious. The women in a culture are the key to the next generation to continue said culture. Think, what is more potent population, one woman and a hundred men, or one man and a hundred women. Which population is stronger in a generation.
This sucked big male balls, they should’ve asked controversial stuff like”which gender is the breadwinner”, “does your gender decide your pay”, “does your gender give you an advantage ” questions like that would’ve made it exciting
Guy asking woman: Do you feel understood right now in this circle?
Well hell, anybody can sit down in a couple of chairs and carry on a conversation but that doesn't necessarily make them feel like they're being understood either is it supposed to. How is she supposed to know if he's understanding her??
Chivalry is actually a sign of the upmost respect towards women. We are literally saying I will do anything for you to be happy. I will open the door I will help you with your coat I will stand up when you walk in the world to make you feel special, it’s ultimate showing of respect and giving away of control to the women. We want to make your lives as comfortable as humanly possible. We know you know how to open the door, and put on a coat, or any other thing, but we want to make your lives comfortable.
i would have stepped forward for the 'men should hold doors open for women' prompt only because i think women should hold doors open for men as well. neither party should have a specific role to play. i think we should all just be civil and kind to each other. men and women should both be chivalrous. we women will only be treated equally if we treat men equally, that means being willing to perform acts of kindness that men usually feel obligated to do
The holding the door question is exactly why chivalry is dead. Both sides of the spectrum. 1 woman who even while wanting equality thinks she's entitled to have the door held and the 2nd twisted it into a negative control/pity action.
the question about men and women being inherently different, yes there are exceptions, but none of them took into account the fact that female and male brains are chemically different. and that’s just a fact.
SHOULD men open door for women, no hell no, open your own damn door. Now is it nice for a person to open a door for another person, hell yeah, but the gender of the people shouldn't matter.
This actually reminds me of one day when I was going to McDonalds with my cousin, we we're in our way in and the guy was on his way out. (I'm a man btw, cousin is a Woman). So I get the door first and I open it letting this guy walk out before going in and the guy in the most flamboyant voice ever "Oh, thank you very much!" and I respond no problem, everyone goes their way, as we are walking further into McDonald my cousin and I have a small laugh at the completely unexpected voice that came out of the guy.
Moral of the story is I opened the door for another person, didn't really care that they were a man, women, gay or whatever else.
I enjoyed this episode! I wonder if you might be able to find people willing to do a middle ground on harassment/assault alleged victims and alleged perpetrators. I'd be interested to hear that conversation because I think neither have the opportunity to confront and hear the other's side of why it happened, or where it all "went wrong."
You what’s the disadvantages of being a female..? TO BLEED THE VAGINA OUT EVERY FREAKIN MONTH & GIVING BIRTH WHILE THE VAGINA LOOSEN AND THEN THE HUSBAND GOT BORED BECAUSE LOOSE HOLE AND THEN HE CHEATED ON OTHER YOUNGER GIRLS AND FEEL GOOD ABOUT THEMSELVES SHOOTING SPERMS EVERYWHERE.
men are stronger because they have significantly higher testosterone levels than women and why this matters is because it plays a key role in the development of male reproductive tissues, as well as promoting secondary sexual characteristics such as increased muscle and bone mass, and the growth of body hair.
When they mentioned it being more difficult to have one of their genders, I thought, "Do you mean biologically, because I think it's a disadvantage to bleed every month with no control." And when I said genders, I really mean sexes but I had to phrase it the way the video did so you knew what I was talking about.
the opening doors part had me triggered. chivalry is nice, but men shouldnt have to hold doors open for women. and the woman with the turtleneck had a good point about that: it reinforces the idea that women need to protected and are fragile, etc. so again, the gesture is nice, but no one should HAVE to do it: it should be a choice
Of course men and women are different physically and emotionally , different hormones , autonomy and everything. They aren’t the same and of course they should be treated with respect. But they shouldn’t be treated equally cause they aren’t the same. Now don’t twist that up , I support equal rights but we are different and should be treated differently. I’m not saying that women shouldn’t vote or anything like that absurdity just that we are different and should be treated as such
i love how the men in this video are pretty understanding because i really don’t think that they’ll ever understand the fear that woman have simply walking to the car or the fear i hold when i drop my sister off at volleyball practice wondering if she’s safe inside and all of that
I have a proposal. Stop editing the videos so heavily, I feel like you cut people and conversation off to make the conversation go a certain way. Try an unedited version and I’ll respect the series more
Jesus died for your sins, so we wouldn't need to go to hell. To go to heaven you have to confess that Jesus is lord and died for your sins. After 3 days he rose from the grave and was seen. Lastly, he is coming back from heaven. After this, live a Christian life according to the Bible. God bless.
I actually took the door question as literal and figurative, to which I say yes to both. I think it's just a courtesy thing for me anyway, but if a man isn't going to open the door for me I'm not going to just stand there. I can open the door and I won't feel offended or anything. If they do open the door I take it kindly, that's something that to me shows respect to some extent. Although it can be seen as the opposite to which I think is completely possible. But figuratively speaking, men should hold more doors open for women as in opportunity. I find it very important that we should see more men allowing women to take larger opportunities than they might be given, because it shouldn't be taken as a bad thing or as the man being less than. Allowing a woman to take an opportunity should not be unsupported by men, and so I do think that men should, figuratively, hold more doors open for women as well.
I'm sorry but Brett comes off incredibly sexist with her points of view. Like take a moment and realize men who hold doors open for women don't do it because they think you're unable to or not strong enough to but because it's polite and we do it to all genders.
I feel like in order to see men and women how they really are, you need to look at what they put online. People show who they really are online. All the proof is in the online comments, where people aren't afraid to be themselves. Women tend to be very understanding of men, and always baby them over the smallest problems, like "men not being able to show emotion" (not true btw, women love sensitive men) while the men degrade the women, tell them they ask for rape by their clothing, tell them all they can do is have sex and cook, etc. If there's even a hint that women face ANY kind of problem online, men are there to degrade women even more and say (while they're degrading them) that they go through NO struggles and that men are the victims. You'll find that women are more nurturing, nice, and uplifting. The same can't be said for men, give or take a small percentage. There's a reason why most killers, rapists, pedophiles, kidnappers, terrorists, criminals overall are male. The majority of evil people are male. The most evil people in history turn out to be male most of the time. Just think of a few evil people off the top of your head, who did unspeakable things. They're most likely male. In videos like this one, most of the women in the comments don't bother bringing up their female problems that go as far as taking over an entire country, enslaving women, instead bring up small first world male problems. Men bring up the tiniests problems with men as well, they don't bother thinking about anyone but themselves. There's a reason for that.
We can explain to men the struggles of being a woman and they can understand how we feel. But they will never have the experience of living in our shoes, the sexisem and struggles we face every day without even realizing it. No hate to men it's not their fault they're not a woman. But I still want to remind men about this.
Many ppl are upset about the whole chivalry thing of carrying your bag or opening the door, but I see nothing wrong with a man opening a door for me, and if I am in a relationship I would expect the guy to open the door, it is manners and it is chivalry, if a guy that I’m in a relationship does not have this chivalry and manners of respect and politeness towards me it’s a negative. I get the argument that women should open the door but manners and politeness have been ingrained in society for years and I see nothing wrong with it
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