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Why do MEN generalize women so much?
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People judge people are not better than the other people that judge people.
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Cause they're all the same with the lights out and earplugs in.....LOL JK I know nothing.
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We are human. And as such, we in general have an immense need to feel like we have this world figured out, and an equally great need to be right. Making blanket generalizations about anything can fulfill both of these needs. For example: me writing this makes me feel good for thinking I got this topic figured out, and if this general statement is right just once, need 2 is also met. Yay me!

Anyhow, to the op, regardless of your reasons for starting the thread, it seems you got some people to think and actually contemplate someone else's opinion. That is always a good thing.
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djpook26 wrote:

We are human. And as such, we in general have an immense need to feel like we have this world figured out, and an equally great need to be right. Making blanket generalizations about anything can fulfill both of these needs. For example: me writing this makes me feel good for thinking I got this topic figured out, and if this general statement is right just once, need 2 is also met. Yay me!

Anyhow, to the op, regardless of your reasons for starting the thread, it seems you got some people to think and actually contemplate someone else's opinion. That is always a good thing.


Thank you.
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djpook26 wrote:

We are human. And as such, we in general have an immense need to feel like we have this world figured out, and an equally great need to be right. Making blanket generalizations about anything can fulfill both of these needs. For example: me writing this makes me feel good for thinking I got this topic figured out, and if this general statement is right just once, need 2 is also met. Yay me!

Anyhow, to the op, regardless of your reasons for starting the thread, it seems you got some people to think and actually contemplate someone else's opinion. That is always a good thing.


I agree. Apllying stereotypes is an easy way to make you feel the way you just described. Everyones opinion is influenced by stereotypes in many ways, but you should always try to look through them. Applying stereotypes on everything without thinking is what dumb people do.
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Humans are generally idealist. sometimes they are curious about things ~ and sometimes they tend to do things that most people don't want to do, curiosity sometimes to be a powerful thing if you messed things up you tend to do the wrong way or never had thought it through . people make mistakes that's how we are in life . its the same as all of us men and women alike . for me for sure we are all equal nothing unfair,weird or anything normal . its just natural
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I am 42 years old...soon to be 43. I have come to a realization over time that is accurate with all men and women.... I don't care who you are. At any given time ALL men are ___holes and all women are __tches. The difference is how long each individual stays in that mode. But along with that a woman or man can be a beautiful thing to behold. And all of this can happen in the same time frame. We are each our own little enigmas and we all need to take responsibility for ourselves and our actions. But the initial caveat has proven to be true. I have come to accept it and not be disappointed in us as a race of somewhat intelligent beings. Politicians on the other hand... well.. there is NOTHING good to say about them no matter the gender.
As a man, I find men to be jealous, greedy and altogether miserable sots. Most young men (below 30) are only out to get laid and they don't care who they hurt.
As a man, I find women to be manipulative, jealous and many other things, But you know what? I still can't get over them....
Conversely men are protective, honorable, and gallant. Women are lovely creatures whose warm light can envelope and enrich us all.
This doesn't apply to us all (except the first part). There are creatures out there who are undeserving of the word human.
Truly which gender is superior to the other... I don't know. But I do know that its a fun ride watching it unfold.

If I offended anyone... too bad.
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eegah87 wrote:


aeb0717 wrote:

This is a response to the "Why are women so complicated?" and "What is a girl?" threads that are popular at the moment, and primarily ill-natured comments associated with these threads. Please note that this isn't an attack on all men.
It's especially ironic that alot of the complaints about us women regard how self-conscious and overly-critical men apparently tend to believe us to be. As for the ladies who's behavior actually fits the overwhelming stereotype of women, perhaps they wouldn't act that way if "you men" wouldn't be so judgmental. The nasty comments about us females accurately portray how vicious men can be.


I say this as a fellow female, but you do realize that it isn't so much the "vicious" way men judge and act that make women act like the stereotypical women right? It's the vicious way that women act and judge to each other that does it. Like for example most of the women who spend hours putting on make up, doing their hair, and picking out their outfits are usually doing it to impress other women not men. Instead of physically beating other females into their "proper" place in the social group like men do; women tend to use more verbal abuse attacking each others self-worth.


Ahhahahaha, I agree with you to some extent,but it seems like the majority of responses in this forum are advocating for what this post is all about.

Can I please say that Chivalry Is Freaking Dead!!!!!!
If you think that you are fitting some weird expectation or stereotype then you can either fall into it, fall over it, or you can ignore it. However, it shouldn't control you 'any way'. I know this, because I've escaped other's criticism and came out of it really confused before.

I hate to stereotype, but I think this one even matches our genetic identity as xx and xy. Women are comforting and and nurturing from the time of conception. As a woman, you will contribute more than just half the energy 'needed' to make a fetus. 23 chromosomes and on top of it, the largest cell known to the human body. That means that women are biochemically wired to nurture, while men overcompensate (millions of spermies) just to get to the same level of productivity.

Now why did I have to briefly describe a very cursory explanation of meiosis.?
I thought that it is all too relevant when discussing sexes.
Men and women are different in their genetic code.
Every person is different....

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Why do MEN generalize women so much?

Hypocrisy detected.
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Chivalry is not dead. It was only ever in the best of us and will continue to be that way.
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We generalize because we don't have time to deal with the needs, wants, and desires of 7 Billion people in our lifetime. If we started at birth and gave each person a second of our time for 70 years we would only get through 2 Billion of those people.
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wow, i never really thought about it quite like that
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omega-barron wrote:

It's interesting that by creating this thread you're almost doing the same thing but on the other side of the spectrum. Your'e making an assumption. If that is your real age you still have a lot more time and experience to make a more accurate opinion. "Why do MEN generalize women so much?" is saying that all men do that? Which obviously cannot be true. Also from my experience "some" (notice the wording) women generalize other women just as much as some men do. So will give you some advice on this subject because it seem to be troubling you (because if it wasn't you wouldn't have made this thread). This is just an opinion based of my life experiences. You can decided to believe it or not.

People tend to reflect themselves on to others and with men and women this happens more then often. Women tend to want a man to be more like a woman (emotionally/sexually). Which is really hard because we are men. Men tend to want women to act more like men (logical/sexually). Which is hard because women are women. Sometimes you just need to accept that men are men and women are women. There is a reason why we are different and we should learn to accept that.

Your real question to yourself should be why do I think that men generalize women? In the end this has nothing to do with men. It has to do with your logic and your way of thinking. Alos this is the internet..... you shouldn't take every negative comment seriously.


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I am not going to read this entire thread..I rather watch HunterXHunter


Right... Because you know me so well? That must be a really nice pedestal that you keep yourself on. I've already attempted to explain my reasons for making this thread, but you seem perfectly content with drawing up your own conclusions with whatever assumptions you've made. If you want a proper conversation, I'd greatly appreciate it if you wouldn't talk to me as though I'm a lesser being. Your words hardly sound like those of someone who is optimistic, caring, and wants to change the world. I only sense acidic condescension from how you spoke to me. Yes, I did read your Crunchyroll profile after I read your comment.



It's interesting that you would take my comment as offensive (which wasn't my intensions). Everything here is a theory/assumption/opinion so there is no reason to be upset. I think the main point that I really wanted to make is your 21. There is so much more you'll experience and 10 years from now you'll think completely different about this. I am not higher/better than anyone. We are only on the same field just on different paths. And if you knew me personally you would know that I am optimistic, caring, and wants to change the world . Words are cheap action is everything. I live by action. When you experience or talk to different men with different characteristic and backgrounds you thoughts "might" change. It's all about comprehension. In order to comprehend something you kinda need to experience it. A thread on Crunchyroll might not be the best solution. I hope you can read this without negative or positive connotations....It's just an opinion.
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omega-barron wrote:

It's interesting that you would take my comment as offensive (which wasn't my intensions). Everything here is a theory/assumption/opinion so there is no reason to be upset. I think the main point that I really wanted to make is your 21. There is so much more you'll experience and 10 years from now you'll think completely different about this. I am not higher/better than anyone. We are only on the same field just on different paths. And if you knew me personally you would know that I am optimistic, caring, and wants to change the world . Words are cheap action is everything. I live by action. When you experience or talk to different men with different characteristic and backgrounds you thoughts "might" change. It's all about comprehension. In order to comprehend something you kinda need to experience it. A thread on Crunchyroll might not be the best solution. I hope you can read this without negative or positive connotations....It's just an opinion.


...who are you talking to?... I only ask because I fit one characteristic of your description, I am 21..
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omega-barron wrote:

It's interesting that you would take my comment as offensive (which wasn't my intensions). Everything here is a theory/assumption/opinion so there is no reason to be upset. I think the main point that I really wanted to make is your 21. There is so much more you'll experience and 10 years from now you'll think completely different about this. I am not higher/better than anyone. We are only on the same field just on different paths. And if you knew me personally you would know that I am optimistic, caring, and wants to change the world . Words are cheap action is everything. I live by action. When you experience or talk to different men with different characteristic and backgrounds you thoughts "might" change. It's all about comprehension. In order to comprehend something you kinda need to experience it. A thread on Crunchyroll might not be the best solution. I hope you can read this without negative or positive connotations....It's just an opinion.


...who are you talking to?... I only ask because I fit one characteristic of your description, I am 21..


I'm sorry lol. I was talking @aeb0717
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