Why are we still more comfortable with violence on men over women?
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or when a SWAT team goes in with overwhelming firepower to win.
Then there are those who believe that fighting should be one on one and honorable.....and how many of them are left standing at the end of the day?
Originally Posted by William Taylor
Good post. However, I don't think that I agree that a social belief is that males are simply more expendable than women. However, I believe that most people view women as the care givers and the nurturers and the gender that gives birth, therefore, I think that because of that, people intrinsically don't want to see women as the victims of violence.
I believe that is what motivated Congress when right after WWII they passed the law banning women from combat positions (repealed in the 90s).
Whenever they show woman vs woman fight scenes it's total unlike how women fight in the real world.
And which is how? Including both theatrical and real world?
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