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  • What do you call a person who get angry very easily?

    53 answers 1 day ago Psychology
  • I'm at the gym right now working out and minding my own business. A female stranger keep staring at me multiple times each minute. I view?

    Best answer: I know the gym I go to will ban men if a woman says she feels uncomfortable in their presence. It could be he’s breathing too hard when lifting, she doesn’t like a glance he gives her, doesn’t like what’s written on his shirt etc. Women of course don’t get similarly banned.

    Men get they shouldn’t make eye contact, shouldn’t get on an exercise machine next to a woman, shouldn’t workout aggressively if a woman in close proximity, etc. Nobody ever talks, not even hellos. Times are changing.
    10 answers 1 day ago Gender Studies
  • Do I have an anger issue?

    I don’t really have any strong emotions, ever, except anger. I don’t get stressed, I don’t feel happy, I’m never sad, but I get really angry really quickly. I start panting, I break things, I scream, I kick and punch things until I’m bleeding. I turn it off extremely easily when I’m around people and can behave totally normally. I’ll be in the middle of raging, I’ll just have broken my own ankle, and I hear the door open and someone walk in and I’ll behave totally normally and happily. I don’t really know what this means.
    9 answers 4 hours ago Psychology
  • What does it say about the college sexual assault judicial system when 90 percent of cases filed are regret sex?

    According to the Department of Education. google.com/amp/s/mobile.nytimes.com/2017/07/12/us/politics/campus-rape-betsy-devos-title-iv-education-trump-candice-jackson.amp.html" rel="nofollow">https://www.google.com/amp/s/mobile.nyti...
    8 answers 7 hours ago Gender Studies
  • Are you a daydreamer or a night dreamer?

    Best answer: a bit of both
    18 answers 2 days ago Psychology
  • Why do you think people ask these types of questiona on yahoo answers?

    Best answer: They're hoping for some insight. They don't really give any thought to the fact that without knowing the question asker AND the person they're referring to, we can't even hazard a good guess as to how someone feels about them or why someone behaves as they do.

    You're right. Those types of questions are frustrating. Even with a good bit of background info, all we can do is guess or offer possible reasons (which may or may not be way off base).
    15 answers 1 day ago Psychology
  • What do you think about men who date women, but refuse to marry?

    49 answers 3 days ago Gender Studies
  • Guns, any thoughts?

    Best answer: Allow guns for hunting, self-defense, and sport (e.g., target and skeet shooting).

    Ban all weapons of mass destruction. We already ban IEDs and explosives because they are WMDs. Time to ban ARs, bump stocks, and large magazines as well.

    NRA will say, but then only bad guys will have them...illegally. True. But then the mere possession of those WMDs is enough to lock them away for a long time.
    16 answers 9 hours ago Psychology
  • Why don't women like mansplaining?

    Are women becoming more complicated than ever before? How do they expect men to talk to them? How do they want us to behave to them? Honestly I have no idea. I find it weird to talk seriously to a woman like man to man. I don't know why but I am sure it doesn't work that way. Women shouldn't take everything disrespectful and personal. Just chill out, not all men are @ssholes. Most of us respect women. We are just flirting with you without anything in mind.
    6 answers 10 hours ago Gender Studies
  • Why are colleges hearing cases of sexual assault themselves?

    5 answers 6 hours ago Gender Studies
  • Why are women so cautious in terms of trusting or feeling comfortable around men?

    especially younger women? is feminism telling them that men can't be trusted and that we are all sexual predators?
    8 answers 21 hours ago Gender Studies
  • Is it true that women don't love men for who they are, but rather for what they are?

    For example, they love men for the status or security that they can bring them and not for them as people? I
    15 answers 2 days ago Gender Studies
  • Do you regret anything?

    19 answers 1 day ago Psychology
  • Why are chimpanzees such jerks compared to other apes?

    Best answer: Their environment and social structure. They're extremely social and dominated by alpha males. They fight for power, sometimes to the death. Orangutans are solitary-- again, due to environment (food scarcity). Gorillas are pretty peaceful. They scare other alphas off with their chest beating but they don't often get in actual fights; they are good fathers and they have female mate selection. Bonobos are matriarchal and use sex instead of fighting to achieve group cohesion.
    6 answers 17 hours ago Anthropology
  • Why do I often see people identifying themselves as Feminists as unpleasnant?

    If they're rude because they feel like you're the one being unpleasant toward them I get that, but I'm under the impression that they have this logic that to provide equality to men, they should be able to express sad emotions which I agree on, but at the same time you find those same people hashtagging #MenAreTrash. So they state that men are trash and they think that that is supposed to be uplifting to men? That they're making men into better people by insulting them? I have been many times on Feminist Facebook pages and they come across as really judgemental of others, and when you ask questions that make you doubt the movement you find that they often are aggressive even if you were not trying to anger them at all, you were just critical of some points. While they claim that they are not condescending at all, I have only met one person in my life who identifies as a Feminist and does not come across to me as condescending. Every other person I meet who considers themselves Feminists have been quite patronizing in some way or the other not to say all Feminists are that way. I just feel like Feminism was supposed to be about empowerment, but really I have only viewed it as being to exact opposite.
    7 answers 1 day ago Gender Studies
  • When I was bullied in middle school, I thought about bringing a gun to school and killing my bullies. Am I a terrible person?

    It's been years since middle school and I'm way past that point, but I can't help but feel super creepy whenever I think back to that thought. As well, whenever people say the Columbine killers were cowards who didn't have to shoot up their school just because they were bullied, I get very scared. Why? Because if I hadn't moved schools, I honestly wouldn't know what I would have done. It was a very awful time in my life... I'm sorry to bring this up around the time of the Florida school shooting, but this just reminded me of my awful thoughts. Blessings to you all...
    17 answers 2 days ago Psychology
  • What's your opinion on affirmative action?

    To me, if you hire someone because their not white or a man; just to fit a qouta is racist... to both parties. Ignore the fact if they meet the requirements for the job or not. Hiring them just to make your business look good by filing a qouta is racist/sexist to both whites/men and non whites/woman. Judging people based on their race /gender is awful.
    41 answers 4 days ago Gender Studies
  • Isn’t feminist free bleeding a public health risk?

    Where I work, if any blood is spilled, the area needs to be closed until someone properly trained comes in to clean the area, such is the concern over blood born pathogens. Yet we see feminists free bleeding, purposely spilling menstral blood in public. Isn’t that a public health risk?
    12 answers 3 days ago Gender Studies
  • Did ancient Greeks like to make pottery?

    Please answer right away!!! Need answers today!(feb-21-2018)
    14 answers 2 days ago Anthropology