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    on taking responsibility

    Hi guys, sorry been a while. Just been thinking on the way men and women respond to the actions of their sexes. A man for example if he acknowledges the negative impact of certain actions of his sex on females will try to rectify the situation regardless of the personal cost to himself hence you have the white knights and such who although misguided are acting from a place of moral indignation whether that gets them pussy or not is besides the point.
    Now a woman even when she acknowledges the injustice done by her sex to the man still cannot pry herself away from somehow identifying with the other woman and hence her call to action is mostly not moral but based on the interest to be accrued from taking action. Not to say all women act in this manner but I would say the majority do. Now my question is, do you think it's a social factor that causes these differences in response, a biological factor in terms of primal instincts for survival or a combination of both. Or could it be some other unidentified factor.
    This is of interest because when talking about moral causes its more common to hear a man going in without a thought of profit but rather on conviction of the cause but a woman rarely puts a foot forward strictly for a moral cause.Thoughts and opinions ?

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    Re: on taking responsibility

    My guess would be it's more social, but its kind of like the chicken and the egg theory. Hard to say which came first. I know women who don't work for team vagina, but they are exceptions to the rule.

    Having said that, there's no shortage of guys with no moral compass either. When that happens, it usually seems to be done for personal gain, not for team penis. So there's a difference.
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    Re: on taking responsibility

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    My guess would be it's more social, but its kind of like the chicken and the egg theory. Hard to say which came first. I know women who don't work for team vagina, but they are exceptions to the rule.

    Having said that, there's no shortage of guys with no moral compass either. When that happens, it usually seems to be done for personal gain, not for team penis. So there's a difference.
    You have a point,it does seem a question of the chicken and the egg. To clarify I wasn't trying to say all men have a moral compass, as that would be demonstrably false. I was pointing out that there seems to be a larger majority of men with a moral compass than female. What I would term morals is where someone goes out of their way to rectify a wrong without any evident reward,beyond the salve of their conscience. Even coming to harm to rectify that perceived wrong.

    I am inclined to believe its a mixture of both social and biological factors of self preservation ,with the biological coming first and over time as the desire to put the neighbour first got more refined it tended to become removed from the desire for mutual altruism. In a sense I think this nobility of character emanated from first a desire to be fair to ones neighbours so as to elicit a similar response but with time being fair became a reward in itself.


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