does this stem from the fact that men run more of the political world than women? perhaps they are used to disagreements? or like them? can we also agree that even though men may be more disagreeable, women have always been tougher to figure out regarding their indecisiveness?
i was unaware of this. i might just look that up. But God could have been a bit more cooperative and given us women that were NOT so damn complicated and indecisive!The part that is relevant to this discussion is that men and women have structurally different brains. There really IS such a thing as a "man's brain" or a "woman's brain." If the "hardware" of the brain is different, it would not be a particular stretch to suggest that at least some differences in thought patterns might emerge due to that evolutionary difference.
I spose ur rite mr grandpa! uve got much more life experience than i do!The testosterone vs. estrogen issue more often affects physical characteristics. Besides which, it is hard to separate cause and effect. However, never forget for a moment that the BRAIN is the most powerful sex organ. What the brain says to do, the body does. And that applies to sexual preference as well as being argumentative or conciliatory.
Pardon me if I choose to not hold my breath waiting for that one. While I'm not saying it would be impossible, I sincerely doubt it would be soon. At age 71, I'm not sure I would live long enough for that one. BUT it ain't a bad idea.there will be women priests in the catholic church.
Isn't the catholic church the only church in the world that prohibits it's leaders from being married?Allowing married priests would have a positive impact on the church also.
I don't believe pope francis supports the idea of women serving as priests. But there is plenty of support for it, just as there is a big push to allow gays into the church as well. And if I'm not mistaken, I believe the bible actually states that Christ is the head of the church, followed by the men as the leaders, and then the women. I'm not sure where it's at in the book but I'm almost positive I read about that.Pardon me if I choose to not hold my breath waiting for that one. While I'm not saying it would be impossible, I sincerely doubt it would be soon.
Looking at a simpler and more common experience, most of us drive I should imagine. We have all seen unsavoury behaviour and I'm reasonably sure we have all been involved in unsavoury behaviour at some time. What happens to you when you lose that control, when you lose your temper, when you get to the point in your driving where you could actually harm someone?Uncle Gizmo, do you believe that big business people who live in big cities like NYC (for instance, Donald Trump) have to act like assholes
I think it's more common than we realize. But the term "asshole" can refer to many personalities I think. Look at Larry Ellison of Oracle. I don't think he's very much of a nice guy. And then there's Steve Jobs, who was said to have ruled Apple with an Iron Hand. And from everything I've read in the news about leading Wall Street firms in NYC, most of the leaders of those companies can lose their tempers at times. An exception to that rule would prolly be Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JP Morgan Chase. He always displays a cooperative and personable attitude.I doubt very much if being an ass-hole is an indication of success, although I have had run-ins with bosses who were Asshole's.