I know that in all times and in all countries (maybe almost in all, I don't know for sure) men were better than women. They have more opportunities. And it also concern sex. Nowadays when we have a great level of emancipation this problem unfortunatelly exist. Why if man have a lot of girlfriends (and also sex with them) he is a hero, lady-killer, supperman and so on. And if girl lives in such way she is a floozy. It's not unfair! What can we do with this stereotype& I can't say that is moral to live in such way but all in all why men can and women can't?! Your comments please...
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Really , You r right . Nowadays when girl do something wrong ,No way never forgive her Its big sin but If man do the same thinge The first comment was , He is a man. Its Normal .

If every man think little time about his deeds & think about what He should do & consider His Mother or Sister in the same He will regect every thing wrong .

If A man get even with his faults like women He won't fall in faults .

Its big proplem & we can solve it If Man know this & mean it well

Len4ik thx alote for ur vitaly Topic

It's a interesting topic:)

Firstly, as one of the males, i feel sorry about the situation you talked about. It's ture, gender plays an important role in many things. Just like what you said, some jobs seems to be only reserved for the males. But the world is always unfair, isn't it? Sometimes we also see unfairyness to the males, why always the male chase after the female, and why it's always the male who pay for the bill after dining in a restaurant. I think they are all traditions that goes from generations to generations, whether they are right or wrong. And frankly speaking, i was afraid when every thing is equal to both male and female, if so, the world will be so boring and the human will be something like the robots:P
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Just think that a scientist has changed sex lately, she was a woman, now is a man. 'He' told a journalist that when 'she' was attending the University had been the only one able to solve a difficult theorem and 'her' Prof. told 'her': "I bet your boyfriend helped you with the solution, am I right?"
As a man nobody has ever been rude with 'him'; once a colleague, who didn't know about the change of sex, told him: "you have done a better job than your sister's". 'His' colleague was referring about a study that 'he' had done some years before when he still was a woman! Hard life for a scientist woman!
Wow, Francesca! That is quite a story. Talk about being able to see it from both sides!

Can you imagine being told that the only reason you got something right was because your boyfriend helped you?? Wow.

Today my coworker (a male) announced he was taking time off from work for the next few years to stay home with their children while his wife would be the breadwinner. He was worried (a little) about what it would be like in four years when he wants to go back to work. I told him that everyone would say "Oh, that's so amazing that you gave up your career for your kids. Of course we want you back!" but a woman would get "Oh, how typical. You stopped working just so you could be a stay-at-home mom. Well, don't expect to start up again where you left off. Other people who have been here the whole time have been progressing in their careers while you were busy being a mommy."
FrancescaJust think that a scientist has changed sex lately, she was a woman, now is a man. 'He' told a journalist that when 'she' was attending the University had been the only one able to solve a difficult theorem and 'her' Prof. told 'her': "I bet your boyfriend helped you with the solution, am I right?"
As a man nobody has ever been rude with 'him'; once a colleague, who didn't know about the change of sex, told him: "you have done a better job than your sister's". 'His' colleague was referring about a study that 'he' had done some years before when he still was a woman! Hard life for a scientist woman!
Well well well...
Who can make sure that the colleague would acknowledge "his" achievement if "he" were still a woman. I see men tend to get bitter about admitting that women are better in "their" fields.

By the way, Len4ik;) "
It's not unfair" = "It's fair", isnt it??? Emotion: smile

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Undoubtedly, the answer is Culture and the way we, human beings, are raised. It could perfectly be the other way around. It is just a matter of getting used to it, I mean, anything is possible. (Note for the one who first wrote about this : pay attention to 3rd person singular and its agreement with verbs in simple present tense: it also concerns; this problem unfortunately exists; if a man has).
If boys can, why girls can't? - How about: if girls can, why boys can't?

The answer is that males and females are different... or at least they have always been considered different.
Do you want females to work in a coal mine and males to wear stockings and high heels? What about girls with shaved heads (yeah, like Britney Spears) and stuff, and boys with long hairs, dressed in pink, that go shopping?
Yeah, I mentioned a lot of stereotypes, but stereotypes of males and females are not just like the other stereotypes... it's quite another matter, I guess. Emotion: smile
Kooyeen, why can't it be? Don't they dress up as girls in carnivals?:D All men can do so but we live in a society where the person who goes in a different was of dressing is considered "odd" but that can be changed. However, that thought people have - that men are supperior to women - can't be changed that easily. Most of the people still think so, one of the proofs is when a man earns more than a woman even if they do the same things. Emotion: thinking
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