27 Dec 2011, Posted by yohami in politics,relationships,thoughts, 6 Comments.
Boys fight for hierarchy.
Girls fight for resources.
Boys fight for the leadership.
Girls fight for their survival.
For a boy, the bigger and more abstract the cause, the more he´ll sacrifice himself.
For a girl, the deeper and more personal the cause, the more she´ll sacrifice everyone other.
Boys fight to prove a point.
Girls fight to win.
Boys fight to reach out-there.
Girls fight to put it in-side.
When a weaker boy assumes defeat, he gets detained, disarmed, and then is freed to rejoin the tribe at a lower status.
When a weaker girl assumes defeat, she gets knocked down, humiliated, and then is marked for life so she cant rejoin the tribe, or is made a corpse for others to jump on top and to be feed on.
Boys fight their rivals.
Girls fight their enemies.
Boys positional and diverse. Ladders in a chain where every slot is needed, from top to bottom. Push it up, push it down. Rankings and measurement. Organized, mechanical, impersonal violence.
Girls life and death. Connections on a net which accumulates resources around the center, and expels the unwanted to the periphery. Pull it in, cut it out. Us vs them. Inclusion and exclusion. Chaotic, organic, targeted violence.
When boys and girls fight, girls win. Mostly because when boys and girls fight, boys still care.
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