Posted: Mar 02, 2014 12:36 pm
by Doubtdispelled
TMB wrote:
Doubtdispelled wrote:
TMB wrote:What is different is the sense that women are victims in these cases and males are not, there is no lobby for men to get extra benefits through their looks, while women do take advantage of the power their looks give them, but they also want to be free of the responsibility that comes with this.

It's no good, I can't help it. I have to ask, what 'responsibility'?

Thats a good question. If women are able to use their appearance to get benefits when compared to women who do not have the same good looks, or compared men whose looks are not seen as valuable and appealing as womens looks, should those women not acknowledge this and be accountable for any negative consequences upon others?

I see that women who do benefit from their looks do so with little conscience, women who do not benefit from having good looks rail against the fact that men dont have the same issue making it a direct gender issue, when it is primarily an issue between women. I accept that men are fundamental to this conflict between women, but the issues that become public seem to place responsibility squarely with males. Men and women should be equally accountable for the trials of human society, yet men are usually held responsible and women are seen as the victims.