Topic Pros and cons of being a guy or a girl
02 Dec 2012 04:41
Cons of being a guy
Feminism, society turned against men by feminists, attacks against masculinity by feminists, legal and social persecution and oppression by feminists.
supposedly we have slightly less contrastive vision than girls, it seems we have to do everything that a girl doesn't want to do b/c they'll whine about getting their shirts dirty or their nail polish from chipping imo, no offense. most importantly if you get kicked in the groin, it hurts A LOT.
-Even when abdominal fat is more active and can be gone sooner, it is risky for the cardiovascular system.
-For most men: having a high sex drive.
-Misandry is accepted and encouraged in today's society.
-On average; more body hair
-Higher risk of suffering genetic allopecia.
-There's no benefit in marriage for men at all
There are pratically no pros to being a man. If you are a man then you get to be unemployed at twice the rate as women, you get to make 15% of domestic spending decisions, you can lose your kids and go to jail if you can't pay your exhorbitant child support judgment, you can be accused of rape at the drop of a hat (and your false accuser never, ever goes to jail for the lie ), and you get to be a part of a culture that generally treats men as moronic clowns. And you are far less likely to earn a college degree than a woman.
So for men, the advantage is physical strength. Women get all of the other advantages.
+And men don't get periods, sure. But we live shorter lives (and yet get less health research funding) and thus collect fewer retirement benefits, even though we pay the same taxes.
- being seen as disposable & expendable in society, your feelings & emotions do not matter.
Pros of being a girl
Low libido and zero interest in the opposite sex
can wear whatever they want
can cry without being called names
No accountability, everything is the man's fault
More funding for women's health then men
Label ''The Fairer Sex''
Less Body hair
can get away with almost anything, including homicide, Statutory rape ,child molestation,abuse,false rape accusations,domestic violences ( no not saying any of it is a good thing,just that when men do they should be punish to the full extent of the law, so should women)
If arrested get a lighter jail/prison sentences then a man would
both sexes generally tend to treat women in a more positive way
Live longer, don't have to do as much physical labor, have lots of options, automatically have the upper hand in divorce and custody cases (not saying that's a good thing, but it's the truth).
In the UK a woman was sent to prison, not for falsely making a claim of rape, but for falsely retracting a rape claim. Her husband was violent and abusive, she still had contact with him and his family after she had made her claims to the police and he and his sister harassed and bullied her until she retracted her statement, and even though the court fully accepted that she was the victim of abuse and had been raped, she was still put on trial and sent to prison. Link
In this country, the UK, very few people come forward if they have been raped, it's about 5-10% and less than 7% of those will result in a conviction. They've found that the percentage of people making false claims of rape is no higher than the percentage of people making false allegations for other crimes, so the idea that a woman cries rape every time a man pisses her off is a load of rubbish. It's also very dangerous to think this way, this is why so many people are too afraid to come forward when they have been abused or assaulted, they think that no one will believe them and nothing will happen.
We live in a culture that blames women for rape, it's your fault if you've had a drink, it's your fault if you flirted with them, it's your fault if you were wearing nice clothes, it's your fault if you made eye contact with him. There was a London cabbie, John Worboys who attacked over 100 women, and the police only started to investigate the complaints after a 'respectable' woman made a claim against him, she was a new mum who had gone out with friends for the first time since she had her baby.
Women are taught to avoid being raped, rather than men being taught to not rape.
As for the second point I bolded, they found that if a man and a woman were being sentenced for a comparable crime, a woman was more likely to be given a custodial sentence, where the man may get a fine instead. The reason being that the money from the woman was seen as taking it away from her children and they didn't want them to be deprived of money for rent or food, so instead they would give her a short prison term. They didn't feel this way about the man so he would be fined and then he was free to leave.
That's the UK, not any of the countries Sprite listed where things are much, much worse.
If you think that you have it so bad as a man, come and walk a mile in our shoes.