Started by Rob, Jan 11, 2006, 01:34 AM
This is just instinctive I think in men. We have a hard time attributing culpability to attractive women -- also actually all women.
I'm going out on a limb here, but I think this needs to be said (or at least laid on the table) because I believe that most men at some point or another think what I'm about to write but don't say it. And that is, simply: draw the analogy between how men think about women and how men think about children. It's very similar. And this is why men (in many circumstances; I'm not saying all) don't hold women responsible for their own actions. Because men, at their core, very often don't believe women can be held responsible for their own actions. Like children.