I love the spirit of this article as truth is a three-edged thing. There are the truths of each gender and then the real reality which neither sees.

The other interesting thing is how this article brings out the bias and trauma that each gender has when interacting with the "unknown".

Generalizing the actions of the few anecdotal actions across an entire population is sexism and bigotry at best and prejudice at worst.

There are multiple billions of people on the planet, and even if a person had a sample of 1,000 unique interactions, it is still extremely small to be able to generalize.

We are all hurting and the one with the most scars don't win a prize nor win 'any' battle in life. Only those that love and accept others win.

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Alan Tegel

Alan Tegel

Lover of people, Texas Feminist Liberal Democrat, Horse Farm, High Tech Gadget ENFP Guy, and someone who appreciates the struggle of women and wants to help.