Who has it harder - Men or Women?

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(Original post by Scoobiedoobiedo)
I disagree.

With child birth there is an upside, a light at the end of the tunnel if you will, you're about to have a child. There is no upside or light at the end of the tunnel from testicle trauma, just ice cold pain that shrivels you up and pierces you like a knife.
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Women in a biological aspect as they endure more pain than a man ever will during child birth. If it was up to men to give birth to a child I dont think the world would have reached 7 billion ever lol
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(Original post by Dumachi)
Men can handle more pain than women though, they have a higher threshold.
Seriously? Women have that monthly issue which is the most painful thing ever, I've experience a burst eardrum and re-opened tonsillectomy scars due to infection and they pale in comparison to that.
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(Original post by Scoobiedoobiedo)
I disagree.

With child birth there is an upside, a light at the end of the tunnel if you will, you're about to have a child. There is no upside or light at the end of the tunnel from testicle trauma, just ice cold pain that shrivels you up and pierces you like a knife.
Light at the end of the tunnel?! :lolwut:
You've clearly never dealt with a screeching baby before. :eek2:
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(Original post by Dumachi)
Men can handle more pain than women though, they have a higher threshold.
ARE YOU BEING SERIOUS! :eek:
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No one has it harder than a man with a micro-penis
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(Original post by Jordooooom)
No one has it harder than a man with a micro-penis
Sure :curious:
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(Original post by Vixen47)
Light at the end of the tunnel?! :lolwut:
You've clearly never dealt with a screeching baby before. :eek2:
Seemed like a fitting analogy for a child popping out.
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I don't really regard the daily mail as a viable resource!
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(Original post by Evelyn.AT)
Sure :curious:
You disagree?
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(Original post by LazyBazooka)
Biologically, women.
-pregnancy
-bleed out of their vaginas on a regular basis
-pain of child birth
-periods make them super emotional
-can't pee standing up

-generally physically weaker than men
Are you serious?
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I think why we're trying to say is women feel more pain than men, often, and have to endure it with little complaints. That sort of pain is unlike any other endurance of pain, trust me and men don't have to put up with it. It's impossible to compare, I'd pity the fool that made a machine which could imitate period pain in men, then keep it for five days straight...whilst they go about their daily business.
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How attractive are these men and women?
THIS!
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(Original post by Vixen47)
I would assume "pain of child birth" equates to this.
Hmmm, yeah, the average labour time for a first child is 8 hours. Yep, definitely equates.
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(Original post by Evelyn.AT)
I don't really regard the daily mail as a viable resource!
He posted four other sources...
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Men :smug::sexface:
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Women - their quality of life is significantly reduced due to threads about them on TSR.
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He posted four other sources...
Yes, I was referring to only one of them but none of them are really that credible.
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A man is much more likely than a woman to have to work really hard at school, university, and in their career to provide for their families, which takes up about a third of their entire lives. On the other hand it is very socially acceptable for a woman to just marry a man who has done this, and then not have to worry about any of it.
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