Does the sex of the asker play a role in how likely you are to answer their question? Please check your answer records to see if you can spot a trend, in case you have an unconscious tendency.
- I am much more likely to answer questions asked by the opposite gender.Vote A
- I am slightly more likely to answer questions asked by the opposite gender.Vote B
- Gender plays no role for me (even subconsciously).Vote C
- I am slightly more likely to answer questions asked by the my own gender.Vote D
- I am much more likely to answer questions asked by my own gender.Vote E
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Might as make my criteria explicit. If you want me to answer your question, there are things you should do, and things you shouldn't.
Things you should do:
-Talk with your partner. If your partner can answer the question, I would expect you to ask them.
-Look it up first. If you can Google it, I would expect you to do so.
-Have a real problem. "I need attention!" I don't care.
-Rely on shoddy reporting, junk science, or sloppy thinking. I love takedowns.
Things you should not do:
-Rant. "Ranty rant evil hatehatehate!" Is there a question there? No, no need to answer. And if it's racist/sexist/homophobic/illegal, I'm removing the question.
-Hold a pity party. "[Society/men/women/p*rn/the media] hate my [penis/boobs/butt/belly/labia/experience/inexperience], that's why I can't get a date." Wrong; you're a basket case who radiates insecurity at twenty paces, that's why you're dateless. Fix the insecurity, the dates come.
-Fish for compliments. "Will boys/girls like my [whatever]?" It depends. Now go away.
-Be fantastically ignorant. "I had unprotected sex..." Then you can get pregnant. No need to ask. If you can't figure that out, you're beyond anyone's help.
-Be fantastically selfish. "My partner doesn't kiss my ass and do everything I tell them." Not their job. P.S.: You don't deserve a partner, and won't have one once they dump you.3