Why Is It Women Are More Likely To Condemn Adultery By Other Women And Not By Me

  1. ngureco profile image83
    ngurecoposted 9 years ago

    Why Is It Women Are More Likely To Condemn Adultery By Other Women And Not By Men?

  2. lizy625 profile image61
    lizy625posted 9 years ago

    Codependance. It is easier to fault a woman when it comes to matters of the heart. Simply because women generally place more stakes in it. We (women) are a group of emotional warriors who carry the maximun load at all times, therefore we assume that we should always take the moral high ground, and stand together. Women group in the bathroom to chatter about anything, while men tend to do their business and get out. We are known for being the brains of the operation in a relationship, although occaisionally we let the poor guys borrow the title.As a rule a woman sees another woman as a confidant, and sees a man as the offender. When your most trusted associate commits a moral wrong, it hurts as if you had done it yourself, we all get the blame. When a member of the sisterhood commits adultery, it's conceding that woman do not always make proper moral judgements, and that a man might actually have been hurt. No woman wants to see a man brought to his knees. Men have always been the brawn in the traditional sense, and us ladies the brains. We depend on each other to fight the same battles, hold one another up. If women start getting a bad rap-well, we all feel the sting.

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    madamengineerposted 9 years ago

    You need to look historically about the roles of men and women in a tribe and in more recent times look at the behaviour of herd animals.  It is our society that dictates monogomy not nature and don't get me wrong, I am in favour of monogomy.  However, if you look at instinctual behaviour and survival, a male can inseminate many females in a season but a female can only be pregnant to one male.  Accordingly, the preservation of the baby and the family unit is intrinsic to the fabric of females, and roaming behaviour is intrinsic to the makeup of males.  Anything that fundamentally goes against these in built behaviours is felt as not right and when these behaviours do occur ... they will be forgivable from society's perspective ... eventhough they are natural and instinctual behaviour.


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