Y'know, the way it often takes a man's testimony for a woman to be believed, for example (as referred to here )? Obviously, there's patriarchy and all and men siding with one another. But I also think our society carries this idea that women are less honest and 'honourable' than men. Perhaps constructed because women are generally less physically strong than men and over time the idea has formed is that therefore a woman's 'weapon' is lies and manipulation. Like, a man can in theory get up and have a fight with another guy to sort out who's in the right, but a woman 'can't' do that so she has to lie about her enemies and mess with their heads instead. If a woman raises something, eyebrows are often raised about 'who she has a problem with' and 'what she might be getting back at someone about' before it's considered she might have a genuine grievance. Any thoughts about my late night rambling concepts here?