Why do men and women fear different things? Is it a gender issue?
It is socio-cultural issue more than gender issue, variable in many parts of the world, but still visible everywhere are the different expectations parents, family, social surrounding even schools have of boys and girls...we are conditioned from very early age to like, love, fear or approve different things...
I think you mean, is it a sex issue, and yes it is. The female sex has female hormones as well as the mothering instinct. The male sex has male hormones and the protecting and providing instinct. We're not the same, despite what modern society will have you believe.
Hmmm... I don't think so.
My wife and I fear cockroaches. It is all depend on what you fear and it doesn't necessary be different in fear as it can be the same sort of fear.
I believe men and women are equal.
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