I'm not trying to offend or bad mouth females first off. This is just my research into the matter and is NOT meant as an attack.
Something I've notice here, on other sites, at work, on tv and in the real world is that women lack empathy towards males. For example when a man is venting about women females in general can NOT see that the guy is in pain. Many women will even try to piss him off even more by saying "you'r just bittter" or "you hate women". That's not really helping the guy and some of that is why we have more depressed men on the internet. Men don't get the same help and comform that women get in times of need.
The frustration builds in men untill the explode. Many MRA and Redpill men aren't misogynists. They are men that searched for help and never got it. They became almost autistic in how hyperlogical they can be. Women don't see this or care to understand it. Many women just take the easy way by calling suffering men misogynists.
This is why I've started researching female bioloogical nature. I don't think women are doing it to be evil. I think women evolved in such a way that they don't have strong empathy for males in general. Women look towards men to be the providor and/or protector. They look to men to be the rock and by showing men empathy would be to look down on him. Women don't like the feeling of having a weak men so they don't give men as much empathy.
Also think of it like this. Do humans have empathy to god? No, Do children show empathy towards their parents? No. Women want to look up to men and you can't have empathy towards a powerful being you look up to.
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I think there is a lack of empathy because of conditioning and because of linguistic preferences. When a guy is hurt, he hardly ever SOUNDS hurt. He sounds pissed off and mean. I think that's why we tend to respond harshly because he just seems really... mean and it's kind of hard to be empathetic towards someone who seems to really hate women. Now if a guy appears to be sad or is crying, I think it's -far- easier to be empathetic towards him, but the problem here is is that guys rarely exhibit these clear forms of being hurt. So it's kind of all lost in translation.
I think your ideas about the evolutionary value of a man being the protector and always giving off the appearance of strength make a lot of sense.
I show empathy towards my parents, and have done so from a young age. Women can empathize with men, we don't just look up to them and expect them to solve every problem in the world lol. You make men sound superhuman- which of course is nothing near the truth. Male vulnerability is just strange to see because you guys have been conditioned not to show it. That in addition to HOW that vulnerability is displayed makes it difficult to "see" what's really happening.4