Now this map is not as conclusive for this point, but it is interesting to note that all of the worst states are ones containing people who typically tend to put an importance on gender roles that place women at the bottom of the totem pole with the exception of New Mexico.
Here we see at least several southern states in the worst colors, and also other conservative states are sucked in. California a state where republicans often complain that women are assaulted by Mexicans is one of the two best states on this map.
DID LIL PRINCESS BLOCK ME??? Someone please tell her I'm sorry, this was sooo not meant to offend her I just wanted to know why its so concentrated in the south
Don't worry about it, she blocked me months ago and I have never known why.
I feel like it may be deep seeded. Something else is bothering her and I set her off.
That could be, maybe just having a bad day.
I normally don't care I just liked her. And It would be like you or sukie blocking me it's like such a shocking thing, it's like being stabbed.
Nah, I don't think so, some probably do, but not everyone.
Well the point is overall it is not as safe to be a women in a red state than it is in a blue state
I live in a red state, and I feel safe.
The map doesn't lie Starz. the map indicates SOMETHING is going on. I don't believe in MASS coincidence
Maybe you're talking about Rednecks in some states.
It also probably depends on what part you live in. Like anwhere there are pockets that are worse than others. There are some places that are devoid of it all together. When I lived in NM in the 90s, the state was a much different place. It was much more akin to redneckland. Men would act very, aggressive, frighteningly loud, they would jump on trucks and drive with people still sitting in the back, all kinds of crazy things. I loved the state but I hated many people who lived there. The Boys in school were not nice, and I wasn't included even though I was a tomboy.
I live in Indiana and no part of Indiana is considered a southern state, but it is definitely a red state, so I really can't relate to any harassment whatsoever.
I think that it may have also been a 90s thing, I'm not sure. but we did have this one group of cowboy wannabes who would talk about "slapping the bitch" a few times. Then again in NY I knew a friend who had a dad that constantly thought wife beating jokes were the hight of humor, but he did move from Louisiana
I agree, there are some real low lifes out there, but I've been fortunate and have not had to deal with any of that.
The point of this here is to demonstrate how a culture of "shut up woman I'm talking", Oops I mean "Gender Roles", leads to mistreatment of us. Beating your wife is irredeemable psychotic behavior but it is encouraged by people who make anti-woman jokes, who see any bit of a woman standing up for themselves as radical "feminazi-ism" and hitting women is striking a blow for male rights everywhere that "men can fight back" even when the original offense was minor as a slap or an insult.
Women tend to earn less on average because on average they tend to take more time off work to handle family issues. Imagine you have 2 employees doing the same job, should you have to pay the one who works more hours the same wage as the one who works less hours?
I have been to the south, and I was not impressed. I overheard male conversations about women, and it was DISGUSTING. I was appalled. I wont repeat the things they said because I think it would result in a ban but I was VERY uncomfortable in Arkansas and Texas specifically. Also the chart doesn't lie. SOMETHING is wrong when you see all of the south light up like an abused woman's bruises.
I admit the title was a bit of a clickbait. But The true point here was "There is a problem that is locally clustered" The maps I posted seem to come from different sources based on FBI Crime statistics. The expirience of men is probably vastly different.
Arkansas seemed to be quite a dangerous place, my hotel had bars on the windows and we were in a small rural town. I heard every major city in that state has a high crime rate. Idk what's going on down there but it seems to be the way conservatives describe liberal states. NY for all it's faults seems MUCH safer.
I'm just saying statistically. Does anyone here know what clickbait titles are or...no?
Also I lived in NM and I was treated like shit and NM is one of the states on this chart. Why do you think I'm so intense about tomboy freedom
fine don't believe the FBI. be like a trumpkin
I don't want to hate you. But you are making it really difficult. You sound like an MRA-hole. "always the victim always the victim" well you know what I was raped TWICE. I think I'm entitled to feel persecuted especially when a few of the men who raped me are still out there.
I can't believe you're so mad at me over this.
Sounds like there might be a bigger problem when it comes to women hating women.
The National Violence Against Women survey found that 21.5 percent of men and 35.4 percent of women living with a same-sex partner experienced intimate-partner physical violence in their lifetimes, compared with 7.1 percent and 20.4 percent for men and women, respectively, with a history of only opposite-sex cohabitation. Transgender respondents had an incidence of 34.6 percent over a lifetime according to a Massachusetts survey.
that's hilarious, and most likely based on zero facts, and just left wing hate
The FBI are liars
as democrats are and the CIA. your point?
ps what the hell is wrong with Louisiana?
Hey insulting Louisiana is supposed to be my job! PS. I'm shipping this discussion over to my new post if you wish to follow along c