if you look at humans as a group yes, but if you look at humans as individuals... no
your question is unrelated :D
what i was getting at was the fact that as a group, humans need each other, as individualise, maybe not quite the same, we probably have entirely different perspectives, but thats what i love about us humans, not one person is right or wrong
Honestly, I don't think that the ability to reproduce has much to do with whether someone is "superior" or not. Yes, a ***** and egg are needed to create another human being, but the contributors of the physical elements can do that because of their physical makeup...it has nothing to do with the individual's character or other aspects that might seem to make one individual, race, or gender superior. <br />
When people claim superiority for one gender or the other, they are generally referring to intelligence, physical strength, character....things that have nothing to do with needing the opposite gender to reproduce. In other words, the most ba<x>se or evil human serial killer can reproduce.
You are asking me to speak for everyone who has asserted such things? Can't help you there. I can only speak for myself. And I can say that, according to my experience, there is a bit of truth in stereotypes, even if they are not always as true as people say. But if you don't believe them, that's your perogative. We each have to live and believe according to our own experiences. And if, according to your experience, you find that 9 out of 10 apples taste sweet, then you will believe that apples usually are sweet.
I think it is less about superiority and more about dominance ans submissiveness .
I do not me mean personally but I have seen many a relationship where this is the case....man over woman and vice versa......seems odd to me but to each their own.
Wrong! I am a male and I am without a female.
Yup, but a vagina was required for you to be born in the first place. Or at least an egg and a petri dish.