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What world politics would look like if you removed the men

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Guest: Frank London (785 days ago)

Hmmm.... I wonder what all the cities of the world would look like if you removed all the roads, bridges, buildings, airports, trains etc. physically built my men?

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Hmmm.... I wonder what all the cities of the world would look like if you removed all the roads, bridges, buildings, airports, trains etc. physically built my men?

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Casey Casey (784 days ago)

Yep, and where are all the male nurses, why are 90% or more female?

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Yep, and where are all the male nurses, why are 90% or more female?

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Guest: Frank London (784 days ago)
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Exactly. Men are atracted to some jobs; and women are atracted to others. Men and women are different, and have different desires and psychological needs.

Wielding political power, with all the stress, grulling hard work, long hours is something that historically, men have persued. It requires "caring" but in a different way to nursing for example; and at the same time requires a form of extreme emotional detachment. The higher your testorone, the more likely you are to be a "leader".

It's no surprise that powerful women leaders actually physically experience a marked increase in testorone. eg: Thatcher, Merkel.

So yes, lets have equal women and men in power, but you're going to find it's more "mascline" women who reach those positions. And for the vast, vast majority of women, they will never become a senator or MP, and such equality will make little difference to them.

White, western, Christian men have built and amazing world, and yes, things are changing.

Go and take a look at the war cemetraries of northern France, and out of the millions of graves, try and find even one women.

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Exactly. Men are atracted to some jobs; and women are atracted to others. Men and women are different, and have different desires and psychological needs.

Wielding political power, with all the stress, grulling hard work, long hours is something that historically, men have persued. It requires "caring" but in a different way to nursing for example; and at the same time requires a form of extreme emotional detachment. The higher your testorone, the more likely you are to be a "leader".

It's no surprise that powerful women leaders actually physically experience a marked increase in testorone. eg: Thatcher, Merkel.

So yes, lets have equal women and men in power, but you're going to find it's more "mascline" women who reach those positions. And for the vast, vast majority of women, they will never become a senator or MP, and such equality will make little difference to them.

White, western, Christian men have built and amazing world, and yes, things are changing.

Go and take a look at the war cemetraries of northern France, and out of the millions of graves, try and find even one women.

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