“It is error alone which needs the support of government. Truth can stand by itself.” ~Thomas Jefferson, Notes on Virginia
On a daily basis, we as a culture are aggressively and intentionally brainwashed to believe a lie. A falsehood whose evidence is yet to be revealed. A deceit which is assimilated despite the fact that all empirical evidence points to its antithesis.
That lie is: Men and women are equal.
The ONLY truth is that we are equal in opportunity (not outcome) and protection under the law. (I know the “not outcome” just made some feminist get the vapors.) Our differences are something to be accepted and appreciated, not despised and challenged.
But, despite the Feminizers (those who make their life’s work trying to turn men into women), the Feminazis (the militant feminists), and the Weenies (Men who acquiesce to the aforementioned, becoming their subservient peeps, because they fear their shrill voices or being called mean names) … the irrefutable fact remains: Men and Women are different.
Many learned souls have laid out the differences myriad times in the past, but here are just a few: Thinking, Memory and Sensitivity (according to Dr. Michael G. Conner, Clinical & Medical Psychologist)…
— Men and women consider and process information differently.
— Men tend to focus on one problem at a time or a limited number of problems at a time. They have an enhanced ability to separate themselves from problems and minimize the complexity that may exist. Men come to understand and consider problems one piece at a time. They take a linear or sequential perspective, and view elements in a task as less interconnected and more independent. Men are prone to minimize and fail to appreciate subtleties that can be crucial to successful solutions. A male may work through a problem repeatedly, talking about the same thing over and over, rather than trying to address the the problem all at once.
— Women tend to be intuitive global thinkers. They consider multiple sources of information within a process that can be described as simultaneous, global in perspective and will view elements in the task in terms of their interconnectedness. Women come to understand and consider problems all at once. They take a broad or “collective” perspective, and they view elements in a task as interconnected and interdependent. Women are prone to become overwhelmed with complexities that “exist”, or may exist, and may have difficulty separating their personal experience from problems.
— Men tend to recall events using strategies that rely on reconstructing the experience in terms of elements, tasks or activities that took place. Profound experiences that are associated with competition or physical activities are more easily recalled.
— Women have an enhanced ability to recall memories that have strong emotional components. They can also recall events or experiences that have similar emotions in common. Women are very adept at recalling information, events or experiences in which there is a common emotional theme.