1) Misogyny has been going on for centuries then? Men have ruled the world for centuries, are you telling me that parts of the world that never even had contact with one another came up with this conspiracy to practice misogyny?
2) Care to provide examples of companies with female CEO'S that do extremely well?
3) Where did I even mention the words public speaking? I asked you to give me the names of the best female communicators in history, so that we could compare them to arguably the 3 best male communicators. It's clear to me that you couldn't produce an intelligent response so you resort to attacking my character, which is a little weak in my opinion.
5) Me asking you to back your statement up doesn't mean I'm uncomfortable with women doing something better than me. You're charge of misogyny is completely baseless and makes it quite clear to me that you can't provide evidence for any of your claims.
- Is that a serious question? You must be a very special kind of person to bury your head so far in the sand that the concept of misogyny seems new to you. I mean... wow.
- Google will help, sure. HP, IBM, PepsiCo Inc., Xerox Corp. Avon, and the list goes on.
- How about instead, we look at the scientific data instead? As I said previously, women have enjoyed a rather second-class standing for most of human history, with some exceptions. So we can't really can't compare what you want to compare. At least not as you want them compared. What you want to do is compare popular public speakers and that is a case by case basis that has more than a little bias towards men for the simple fact that women in history have been dismissed for simply being women, public speaking ability notwithstanding. Though it doesn't surprise me that you would want to use bias data. I mean after all, you are extremely and very clearly threatened by the idea that women might be able to do something better than you. But back to the data. A 2009 article by Ellen Bonaguro and Judy Pearson showed that men were much more contentious (supported by your very posting style!), much less friendly, less attentive, left less of an impression, less dominant, and less dramatic. Now, I don't know how you want to rate communication but scientific evidence does support that generally speaking, women are better communicators. The fact that you wanted to use exceptions to general population is laughable. How's that for intelligent? And exactly how many scientific articles have you brought forth to debunk my claims? Oh wait, you wanted to use exceptions to the general population to support views on the general population... that's like saying generally speaking, human beings are genius-levels because Einstein existed. It is quite literally, the most stupid thing I have read today.
- No, it wasn't that you asked, it was how you asked it. Which honestly was fine by me, because you did me a favor in supporting the findings of Bonaguro's research. The charge of misogyny is not baseless. If you really want to, I can pull up countless articles supporting that as well. I honestly didn't think something so obvious would need to be supported though...