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Musings on the Genders

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posted on Dec, 8 2014 @ 12:29 AM

originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
Is it strange that I am a little disappointed when people agree with me? At ATS, I take pride in having no choir to preach to, and no one to thank for flattery.

Nonsense. You take pride in believing no choir member could match you.

posted on Dec, 10 2014 @ 02:51 AM
Statistics tell there is a vast gap between the two sexes.

Science, genetics, sociology, biology, psychology agrees.

Mass media puts ribbons and flowers on a big lie that the inequality doesn't exist.

But women are >>>>>>>>> way better than men in the overall scheme of things:

- Over twice more resilient genes from damage than men
- Non-deteriorating nature of X-chromosomes
- Superior immune systems
- Longer lifespans
- Higher tolerance to trauma
- More effective workers (this has nothing to do with being a sheeple, because work can take both sides, either working for your slavery or working for freedom)
- Higher population if abortion is not practiced and not too much women are murdered by men.
- Finer muscle control.
- Far less aggressiveness (with the lack of testosterone) which leads to viable primitive/post-cataclysm societies that are peaceful and efficient
- the list goes on and on....

Hypothetically, if women could reproduce among themselves and men the same, put them separately in two but identical planets, the male planet would have been long extinct from natural causes while the female planet are still thriving strong.

Men may be physically stronger but nature and evolution seem to be hostile to men at the cellular and molecular level.

Men may only seem superior in the superficial level but on the deeper (far more important), cellular, molecular, moral, women are superior and in for the long run.

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