How come the consequences are more severe if a guy stalks a girl? or just gets accused of stalking a girl? That's what I f***in' hate about society, that if a guy gets accused of stalking a girl, the consequences for him will be severe, but if a girl is accused of stalking a guy, the cops, or police will usually go easy on her. Because often times the guy never meant to stalk the girl in the first place, the guy was just doing his job, his gender role in society because girls do not chase or pursue guys, like girls do not seek out potential boyfriends. The reason why is because, even though I am 22 now, when I was 16, I was accused of stalking a girl, good thing I was not arrested and there was no charges pressed against me, except that I was interrogated by 2 or 3 security guards and a Cop, and the Cop was all tough with me. I still hate that Cop and that girl who accused me of stalking her with a huge passion.
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Are we talking social or legal consequences?
Social consequences = both the same. If a girl stalks a guy, she's a nutcase... if a guy stalks a girl, he's a nutcase.
The law is more interested in men stalking women because stalking is usually a form of malicious intent and tends to preclude violence. There are many cases of men who have stalked and then killed women. I've never heard of the reversal.
Yes, there are some reasons why it sucks to be a man (the law may come down heavier on you), but if you think there are no men out there who lie... you are very much mistaken. There are many, many disadvantages to being female too, so I wouldn't turn it into a gender thing.
I think the real people you should blame is those cops as they don't seem to be doing their jobs well.