If we also take into consideration how males sexuality has manifested itself as acts of kindness and compassion towards females (and we wont find statistics to support that) and how it contributed to their safety and well being. What does that mean? Does it mean that we have a natural tendency to overlook the positive or take for granted, and focus only on the negative? Does it mean that our existence has been reduced to solving problems?Dan74 wrote: ↑Tue Oct 16, 2018 6:37 pmLet's pause for a moment to consider what the import of this statement is. What do we want to focus on, the suffering of women, how to help the victims, compassionate action, or vilification of men?
If I say 'last year 55 million men committed violent acts against women', what would be the typical reaction? "Those bastards! We need higher sentences. Castrate the rapists and child molesters! Etc..." I don't think the world needs more anger. And no, let's not kid ourselves, everyone knows that most of the perpetrators of violence are men. The real question is what this means.
On this forum, can anyone direct me to a thread where positives have been discussed?