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If women are less violent than men, then why do men die in wars that women encourage but do not fight in themselves?|
If women are less violent than men, then why is it that, as kwok do just wrote, women always have the last word?
If women are less violent than men, then why did the USA invade a country that did not attack it? The popular political trend of promoting women into positions of power was supposed to make the world more peaceful and reasonable. In fact, women serve in more positions of power today than at any other time in American history (no monarchy here).
kwok do, the complaints you cite are all common gripes women have towards men:
"the road rager who gives you the pips, the person who barges through to get into the elevator pushing you aside, the person who eyeballs you with no apparent reasons, the person who steals your parking spot for which you have been waiting to get in because you are there first"
Common complaints that women have towards men do not make men more violent than women, although they do divert attention from aggressive and violent behaviors committed by women.
As for violent crime statistics, they do show that more men are incarcerated for violent crimes. That doesn't mean women do not commit violent crime. For example, some people consider abortion to be murder, yet there are no women in prison for murder by abortion.
As for Mrs. Laura Bush, the photo below shows President Bush after he allegedly fell after choking on a pretzel in January 2002. Would the American public have been told the truth if this abrasian wound had been caused by Mrs. Bush throwing the President to the carpet? Would the public have been told the truth if this abrasian wound had been caused by the Secret Service throwing the President to the pavement?