Interesting points. But how does it work in the case of a divorce?Also, are we first taking a stand, and then seeking the justification to back it?Very interesting issues raised by you, but I'm not sure if it's a half-empty-half-full glass kind of debate here.Is it their approach that makes women what they are? Or the law and societal treatment? Or a mix of both?One could also raise the following issues: 1. Women have a tenth of the testosterone levels of men, so would need sex far less compared to men 2. Once women have access to money (either their own, or their ex-husband's), they find it easier to manage on the other issues 3. Society is more supportive of women who are also more open about their travails; men often just keep quiet about it or simply commit suicide... The list is potentially endless.
Well I’ve def heard from male coworkers how divorce has favored their ex wives. But I was looking at older relatives as examples. I can see definitely with custody and which in part also effects finances. I do think this is some what bias. Being raised by a loving caring mom I couldn’t imagine life without her. But I was actually really close to someone who was raised by a single dad and it was an eye opener. I think if divorce happen early let’s say mid 30s to mid 40s I actually think men have a better chance on moving on. They have a bigger dating pool and are still desirable to younger women. I guess my opinion is women are usually more content alone than men:
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