The deceit underlying feminist claims even become more obvious when we examine the statistics of judicial gender inequality. According to the U.S Department of Justice Bureau of Justice Statistics (www.ojp.usdoj.gov/crimoff .html) as of July 11, 1999, the lifetime chances of a person going to prison are higher for men (9%) than for women (1.1%).
The male arrest-rate has remained much higher than the female arrest-rate, and these facts have been attributed to some of the following causes:
Females are more closely supervised in two parent-homes. Parents tend to restrict the movement of their daughters more than they restrict those of their sons. They also tend to vet their daughters’ friends (especially boyfriends) more than they do their sons associates.
The public perceives men and women differently. A woman can get away with doing or saying something for which police would arrest a man (Zohrab & New Zealand Equality Education Foundation, 2002).
However, there no possibility that women are wired differently to men and are biologically tuned to be more just, more peaceful and more willing to submit to the law. This is because it is only that the Feminist research industry has been hard at work finding excuses for female crime – miscarriage, menopause…the list will no doubt keep on growing. If there was a ‘masculist’ research industry, it would probably look at testosterone as excuse for male crimes.
Female crime levels nowadays are also limited by the fact that a large number of crimes committed by women go undetected or unreported, men are likely to be chivalrous and sometimes “take the rap” for crimes women committed, or help their man to commit.
Zohrab & New Zealand Equality Education Foundation. (2002). Sex, lies & feminism. Paraparaumu: Peter Zohrab.