amirvish Wrote:
Dec 14, 2012 10:10 AM
This is actually correct, but it is also supports the very point you are criticizing: the superior strength and aggression of men would naturally give them a huge advantage in survival situations if there were no other restraints on their behavior. The Titanic - which was the largest of the ship sinkings studied - tended only to emphasize that the survival of women and children in such situations depends on male behavior precisely by shifting the stats. If women want a truly level playing field, they're welcome to have it but - like those in favor of larger roles for women in the military - it will ultimately be to their own detriment and to that of anyone who depends on them. You might also want to Google "Birkenhead."