A guy that writes “women are phyisically weaker” immediatly followed by “you’re the ones who give birth” clearly misses the oxymoron.
A guy that says “men are phyisically stronger” immediatly followed by “and less sensitive” must have been beaten up pretty bad as a child, it does take some effort to racionalize a want, a need to hide and destroy his feelings, his sensitive side, oh my feelings are scary, feelings are lady stuff!
“Women are more attached to things” but then the overwhelming most of humanity’s wealth is in male hands. But yeah, sure, women are obvioulsy more attached to things since they all want to have children sooner or later, right?
Open your eyes, people, these distinctions are mostly made up by ourselves because we’re afraid to look at each person as an individual with more or less physical strenght, more or less attachments, more or less ability to show their feelings.
I know it’s much more simple to just put people in categories and give each category a bunch of default characteristics, but it also takes us away from what the reality is. And, far worse, it can actually make us unable to see reality.