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What drive some females to want to denigrate or intimidate the opposite sex in public?

Is it fear, ego, jealousy or psychological discorder or something else?
tynamite's avatar Men do the same thing, but just in a different approach.

If a man has a problem with someone and wants to vindicate them for it, they will at worst be aggressive but will be direct about it. Everyone will know they have a problem.

If a woman has a problem with someone and wants to vindicate them for it, they at worst be cunning but will be indirect about it. Everyone will know that they have a problem.

If someone ends up on the ground dead with their head bleeding because they were knocked out in a fight by a man, everyone will know exactly who beat him up.

If someone ends up committing suicide with themselves hanged by a rope because they were bullied by a woman, everyone won't know who drove that person to commit suicide.

The women will tell everyone that the dead suicidal person was always crazy anyway, and everyone will believe them.

It's always the ones you least suspect.
The ones you suspect the least, are always the ones you should keep an eye on the most.

Nobody will ever know that the women were vindicating after the fact. Their malicious nature goes unnoticed.

And that is exactly why Flava of Love will always be more entertaining than I Love New York. (On the flip side, that's why villains in soaps are always men.)
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