Apart from different interests, it seems that women operate with a rather different belief system from men.
While men value logic and empirical fact, women often prefer mystical, magical views of life and the world.
For example, in a survey conducted of over four thousand ordinary British adults, women emerged as much more superstitious and religious than men.
Thirty-nine percent of women believed in astrology, compared with 22 percent of men, 18 percent of women believed in palm-reading, as opposed to 7 percent of men, and 42 percent of women believed in life after death, compared with 29 percent of men. On the other hand, more men than women believed in UFOs (30 percent as opposed to 26 percent of women). As in many aspects of life, men and women often seem to think differently.
As more women enter the social sciences, there are signs of pressure towards redefining the concept of truth in female favor. In his book titled Feminism and Freedom, New York philosopher Michael Levin (1988) argues that many feminists begin by evading the evidence of innate and profound male-female differences and then proceed to deny the concept of truth itself. This is the essence of the Feminine Anima — an insatiable desire to be like a man, only when it suits and benefits her. He quotes feminist academics as follows:
‘Truth, reality and objectivity are all in trouble from our point of view; we see a male-created truth, a male point of view, a male-defined objectivity.’ (Ruth Bleier in Science and Gender)
‘The postulate of value-free research, of neutrality and indifference towards the research objects, has to be replaced by conscious partiality…’ (Renate Klein)
‘Feminism withdraws from the patriarchal construction of reality.’ (Blanche Dubois)
Levin gives many other examples of the feminist argument that scientific truth as we once knew it must give way to new female-centred modes of thinking in which objective facts are treated as less important than intuition, values and political ends.
In other words, women are void of objectivity and see the world subjectively and even project that men do, too; that men, like women, are putting their own personal subjective spin on things and there is no objective truth.
This goes back to what I’ve mentioned before: women destroy everything! The Feminine, by nature, is invasive and always seeks to usurp The Masculine. After all, men invent, build, create and innovate and women larp and parasitize. They always seek to carve out a piece for themselves out of everything men create, and in doing so, disrupt the entire natural ecosystem of what made the thing unique and special in the first place.
In other words, they get involved, but not to further the thing, but to change the thing into a function for them. In doing so, they destroy the thing and this is what they have done with just about everything they are involved in, to date.
They must be caged!