I do not believe either sex is more or less trust worthy. It depends on the individual.
it doesnt depends on the gender, it depends on how nice you are to others
I don't think so that gender plays a vital role of whom should be trusted or trustworthy. It depends on the person and how the parents inculcated moral-ethical values
Trust is not gender specific! Both boys and girls can be trustworthy or both not so trust worthy. Its depends on a persons' character and not on gender!
by ShanteD 7 months ago
Can you really have a relationship with someone you don't trust.You can love them and want your relationship to work but if you don't trust them can it? Do you give it time and hope for the best?
by dashingscorpio 3 years ago
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by T. Clifton 4 years ago
Do you think there are double standards raising boys versus girls?
by NotSoPerfect 7 years ago
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by Julia Chang 7 years ago
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by klayne 5 years ago
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