Do you think the attitude towards young boys misbehaving growing up compared to young girls is why more men commit crimes compared to women?

For example if a little boy is seen fighting on the play ground it's seen as natural and almost like a right of passage to have a few straps as a boy. People will say its just boys being boys.

If a little girl is seen fighting on the play ground, she's seen as violent and troubled and is quickly taught its not lady like to be violent and misbehave and that little girls must behave.

Also if a little boy is seen hitting or bullying a girl on the play ground people will assume he must like her not but he thinks it's okay to act abusive towards girls and what kind of message does it send out to young girls too. If a boy pulls your hair it must mean he has a crush on you like wtf no it means he's a little shit who needs to learn some respect.

For example school shooters are usually always boys and people say afterwards they saw the warning signs but did nothing. For example Nikolas Cruz. He'd just lost his mum, he was seen threatening girls at school and even getting in fights at lunchtime on video yet no one saw it as worrying untill he shot up and killed his class mates and its pretty clear he was extremely mentally ill too. People call him a monster, yes what he did was terrible but what's worse is if the teachers took notice if his behaviour more they could of got him help before something serious happened. He's not a monster he was a mentally ill scared teenage boy who had voices in his head telling him to kill and he had no one to talk to about it or help him.
Do you think the attitude towards young boys misbehaving growing up compared to young girls is why more men commit crimes compared to women?
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