"Men don't feel. We analyze data and observe then come to a logical conclusion. Women make statements backed up by nothing and men are expected to shut up and deal with it, or give them an intellectual pass because deep down we know they have the minds of children."
Florence Nightingale would like a word with you. As she revolutionised nursing techniques (especially with the inherent - nay, feeling, ergo - caring nature of females), she was also an expert statistician.
She invented the Pie Chart.
So 'women make statements backed up by nothing', hmmmmm?! Women can only 'feel'? Pop quiz, hotshot: what is it that statisticians do? Analyse data.
'In 1859 Nightingale was elected the first female member of the Royal Statistical Society and she later became an honorary member of the American Statistical Association.'
I love the smell of annihilated arguments in the morning. Smells like... victory.
"Men don't feel"
Computer: 'How do you feel?'
Amanda: 'Spock, does the good of the many out weigh the good of the one?'
Spock: 'I would accept that as an axiom.'
Amanda: 'Then you stand here alive because of a mistake made by your flawed, feeling, human friends. They have sacrificed their futures because they believed that the good of the one - you - was more important to them.'
Spock: 'Humans make illogical decisions.'
Amanda: 'They do, indeed.'
(PROTIP: Spock's mother, Amanda, is human; also, the only female main member of the USS Enterprise crew, is Communications Officer Nyota Uhura [Nichelle Nichols])
Ambassador Sarek: 'Do you have a message for your mother?'
Spock: 'Yes. Tell her I feel fine.'
-"Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home"
AC101202 is probably a 4chan t/a/rd:
Well, speaking as a normal, decent, non-sexist man, here's my reply to an inferior subhuman misogynist like him:
Women who know how to take care of themselves, are assertive, take no shit from anyone, are intelligent - and smart* - are superior.
*- 'Smart is so... sexy!'
-Bob Morton (Miguel Ferrer, "RoboCop")
"AC101202 (whatever the heck that means), if men are logical & reasonable, how do you explain "Jackass" & why, pray tell, aren't there any of the "fairer sex" amongst Johnny Knoxville & company?
Why are guys more prone to being acting like idiots than gals (not all guys are like this, by the way, I'm just generalizing)?"'
"Testosterone, one-upmanship and cultural expectations that a "real man" is willing and even eager to take risks (even stupid ones) would be my guess."
The scenario in the Sci-Fi anime series "Vandread"
is that in a future human society, they split up into two purely gender-based parallel worlds: Taraak (male) and Mejerr (female), using genetic manipulation techniques to perpetuate their species. Taraakians are - as you say, Adrian, 'Testosterone, one-upmanship and cultural expectations that a "real man" is willing and even eager to take risks (even stupid ones)'; generally anything that is considered 'manly'. Whilst Mejerrans are more caring and nurturing towards each other (natch) - but in the case of the Mejerran pirates that are the basis of this series, they can handle themselves just as well as men. In some cases, more so:
Hibiki Tokai (r), a.k.a. 'Uchuujin-san' ('Mr. Alien', as Mejerran Dread fighter pilot Dita Liebely refers to him).
AC101202 had better not watch this, if he knows what's good for him. [spoiler]Buzam A. Calessa. Just saying. >:D Paging Admiral Ackbar![/spoiler]
...oh, and SpukiKitty, Even Johnny Knoxville & co. are complete wusses, compared to the UK's Pritchard, Dainton, Pancho, and Joyce:
They out-shocked even the Tokyo Shock Boys.
"men are from mars"
"Sailor Moon"'s Rei Hino kinda destroys that notion. As Sailor Mars, her fire-based powers and take no shit attitude, proves otherwise.
"Women: Know Your Limits Award?"
'A man's got to know his limitations.'
-'Dirty' Harry Callaghan (Clint Eastwood, "Magnum Force")
...oh, and on a related note, AC101202 and all your inferior misogynist ilk, just two words: "Sudden Impact".
If you'll ever dare watch that particular "Dirty Harry" film - certainly for it's storyline's main theme - that is.