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Feminism makes women more violent? Northern Territory Research Findings

Dr Peter Forsyth, a senior lecturer at Charles Darwin University claims that studies have found that there is no truth to the argument that testosterone makes men more aggressive, and that social factors such as the rise of feminism have destroyed the inhibition of women to be violent, and the expectation that men and women act differently.

Do you think men and women are equally likely to be violent? And does this mean that we should judge men and women on the same criteria when violent? If it’s not a case of boys just being (badly behaved) boys, how do we view male violence?


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