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Leo The Wolf

24 year old Male
Last online almost 2 years ago
O'Fallon, IL
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Thank you for accepting my request^^
Kamina @kamina_ left a comment for Leo The Wolf
Feb 05, 19 at 11:01pm
Someone else who likes guns. Yay.
Neverland @dakoya left a comment for Leo The Wolf
Jan 19, 19 at 3:11pm
Hey, do you have a favorite dark fantasy novel you've read? One preferably w/ swords and magic and character growth.
It's literally from the BJS, you are not going to get any more of a nonbiased source. It's from the literal government using all of the crimes on a federal level to make those stats. If you want to try to find a similar study using it, go ahead and look through the website. It's free, they aren't hiding anything. That said it's all fact, and there is usually an average, ironically crime rates don't change that much from year to year on a large scale, only going up a bit unless something specific happens. But that doesn't change the fact, that criminals being criminals does not equal female oppression.
Men are obviously, criminals that are men. However that doesn't change the fact that men are being killed more often and violently attack, again, more often. Meaning that women are not the specific targets, it's just criminals being criminals. That's not oppression, That's not systemic and it has nothing to do with gender equality by the result. Men are more likely to be violent criminals, that's a fact, it's due to testosterone that there are more likely to be more violent men. But again, those are the outliers, those are the one's that commit crimes. I'm not making the argument of "Men commit less crimes therefore feminism isn't needed", I'm making the argument "Criminals kill and attack men more often, therefore it's not oppression of women. Therefore feminism isn't needed due to the fact that it has nothing to do with it." Men are more aggressive that's a fact, it's one of the reasons there is a gap between men and women overall in being paid, not because men are paid more due to sexism, but because due to their aggression, are more likely to ask for raises.