if you draw a random man and a random woman from the population, and you bet that the woman is more aggressive/less agreeable, you’d be correct about 40% of the time. But if you walked into a roomful of people everyone of whom had been selected to be the most aggressive person out of a 100, almost every one of them would be male.
A fresh report from the front lines comes from (who else) Jordan Peterson: The gender scandal – in Scandinavia and Canada Excerpts in italics with my bolds.
Men and women are similar. But importantly different. No matter what Sweden’s feminist foreign minister says.
Part One (Scandinavia)
Over the past few weeks, I have been in Oslo, twice; Helsinki, twice; Stockholm, twice; and Copenhagen, once. One of the trips to Stockholm was only for press interviews and television. The other six trips were part of my 12 Rules for Life tour, which has now covered 100 cities. The reason for the dual visits? We arranged relatively smaller venues for the lectures in those Scandinavian towns and they sold out immediately. Scandinavians are interested in what I am saying. They are radically over-represented among those who view my YouTube lectures.
In the last lecture, in Helsinki, it was Finland’s Father’s Day…
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