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July 06, 2007

Ten Politically Incorrect Truths About Human Nature

Ever wonder why blondes have more fun? Why most suicide bombers are Muslim? Or why men like to buy those hot, sporty cars when they reach a certain age? This article from Psychology Today has those answers and more. I found it fascinating. Oh, and feminists won't like many of them, but they'll like the last one least of all.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 10:30 AM | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0) | Society
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Ok, so we all had to take Cultural Anthro 101 at some point. So, yes, there are many parts of "Human Nature" that have been built into our evolutionary structure but are not necessarily "politically correct". However, another part of human nature is (obviously) to form societies, civilizations in which humans come together and decide on what is ok and not ok, in the interest of all. We have decided that it's not ok to have more than one spouse, cheat on your primary mate, leave your family just because you have no sons, or sexually harass female co-workers. It's human nature for men to rape women, for people to steal what they want instead of work for it, for larger people to beat up on smaller people -- does that make it ok? Of course not. The big thing missing from this article is that there are human nature reasons that our society has developed "politally correct" standards, and these are just as valid and vital to our survival as a species as all these little tidbits of evolutionary flotsom.

Also: Pam, why such distain for feminists? A strong woman like you surely has some things in common with them...er, us...

Posted by: Ro at July 10, 2007 04:04 PM


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