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    No Stories about Women committing Sexual misconduct.

    That I have seen.

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    Is this suppose to detract from Porter's guilt?
    Y'all Qaeda is so predictable.
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    Yes, a few women have been accused of sexual misconduct. But the number is miniscule compared to the men who have been accused. First, men are more predisposed because of our culture. Second, many fewer women are in positions of power. Exactly what is the point the OP is trying to make?
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    Quote Originally Posted by roberthughey View Post
    That I have seen.
    When a woman does commit sexual misconduct...it makes headlines because it’s so rare,
    Hey why don’t you start a movement if you’re so concerned about that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Isalexi View Post
    When a woman does commit sexual misconduct...it makes headlines because it’s so rare, ...
    This is true of virtually any crime. If a man kills his wife, it makes local and perhaps regional news. When a wife kills her husband, it makes national news.

    ... I just looked it up. Worldwide, 95% of people convicted of homicide / murder are male.

    (Source - page 13 - per printed page #s)
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    Quote Originally Posted by roberthughey View Post
    That I have seen.
    Good thread, It illustrates a very important dynamic between women and men. Men (because of male hormones) are far more susceptible to sudden, intense anger and unpredictable acts of violence. Being a man has an awesome responsibility attached to it. We are gifted with superior physical strength as well, which complicates this scenario even further.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Babba View Post
    Yes, a few women have been accused of sexual misconduct. But the number is miniscule compared to the men who have been accused. First, men are more predisposed because of our culture. Second, many fewer women are in positions of power. Exactly what is the point the OP is trying to make?
    Just roll with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djinn View Post
    This is true of virtually any crime. If a man kills his wife, it makes local and perhaps regional news. When a wife kills her husband, it makes national news.

    ... I just looked it up. Worldwide, 95% of people convicted of homicide / murder are male.

    (Source - page 13 - per printed page #s)
    I disagree about "almost all crime." Drugs? Violence against their partners? Tax evasion? Dunno about that one.

    The total population of females incarcerated in US prisons and jails in 2013 was 213,700 (males 2,492,400) – 9.3% of the total. Between 2000 and 2010 the number of males in prison grew by 1.4% per annum, while the number of females grew by 1.9% per annum.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incarc..._United_States


    *A 2014 International Center for Prison Studies report stated that about 33% of all female prisoners in the world are held in the United States.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roberthughey View Post
    That I have seen.
    Not even at the levels we've seen of men. There was A case out in CA(?) I read about recently. Pretty benign but still unwanted advances.

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