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Aussie Girls Going Really wild

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I have often stated, much to the chagrin of both feminist harpies and chivalrous mountebanks, that it is my contention (a rather contentious contention, if you will) that human females are by nature more violent than human males.

I base this view primarily on a deep and abiding hatred of the female sex and everything it stands for…

Actually, i don’t, but the enemy will take it that way so i might as well make the little miseries happy for a second. What i really base this view on is the significant amount of violence perpetrated by women in spite of  a lifetime of conditioning that tells them to be otherwise.

I know why i may be inclined to whack someone, but what’s your excuse honey? Did mommy insist on you playing with soldiers instead of dolls? Did you grow up idolizing Eastwood and Stallone and Bronson and Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris? I seriously doubt it, yet women make up almost twenty percent of America’s convicted serial killers, the majority of child abusers and when gay they are as likely to beat up their partners as men are.

What’s the excuse for that? There isn’t an environmental one, so it’s either a greater genetic tendency towards violence or a free will issue, and free will being a very iffy proposition indeed i lean towards genetics. If women are indeed by nature more violent, all it should take to get them rise to, and indeed to exceed, the male level of violence is a shift in the way they are brought up. Give them a few more violent role models on TV and in the movies then wait and see what happens. Well my fellow pigs, the wait is over, the shift has been going on for 10 years or so and the figures are starting to reflect it…

Here in the Land Of Oz, as in other places around the world, we are seeing a rise in female violence. According to the Australian Institute of Criminology, in the last six years alone, the proportion of women prisoners whose worst criminal offense was one of violence has increased from 16 % to 20%.

Domestic violence perpetrated by teenage girls has also increased, with police statistics showing that between 2003 and 2007 such assaults increased by 30% for girls but only 19% for boys. Police figures also show that   a third of the children who are committing violence against family members  are now teenage girls – not a bad achievement given that they are smaller than mom, dad, and brothers of the same age. One has to wonder what the situation would be if a teenage girl had the size and strength of her male counterpart…

And this isn’t just amongst the lower strata of society – female violence is also becoming more prevalent amongst well-heeled females, according to Eddie Gallagher, a headshrinker who specializes in helping family members to be violent towards one another…

”When you talk to people about girl violence they think of a low-social, low-income group, but plenty of the girls I have seen who have been violent to parents are little princesses.”

Gallagher also points out what i can best describe as a sort of “female machismo” with girls actually priding themselves on their left hook…

”More girls now have an attitude to violence that is like boys, in that they are proud of their fighting prowess. It is about pride and excitement rather than anger,”

I also offer as supporting evidence the recent findings of one professor Kerry Carrington, who has been looking into data spanning several decades and has come to the conclusion that girls are going seriously ape-shit at a faster rate than boys….

“Boys still vastly outnumber girls before the courts …. (but) the gender gap is narrowing”…  ”Boys are becoming less delinquent and girls are becoming more delinquent.” The Professor also tells us that between 1960 and 2007, the proportion of kids popping up in court which are female has skyrocketed from one in fourteen to one in five.

(Carrington is publishing a book this November by the title of ” Offending Youth: Sex, Youth and Crime”, and this little piggy will be checking his Ebay in order to get his trotters on a copy.)

Carrington also adds, rather refreshingly…

“There’s an assumption that violence is associated with young men … there has to be some recognition that girls are capable of violence and until now there’s been a very deep reluctance to recognise that.”

Yeah, Right On lady, it’s about time someone said it!

And all this from a relatively slight shift in the culture – wait till there are as many female Stallones as there are male ones, then you’ll really see something. Oh and ladies, this is of more concern to you than to me – violent people regardless of sex target mostly their own sex, so you’ll be getting over 80% of the new female violence, which i suspect explains why the Professor is being so outspoken about all this.

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