Yes, men and women DO respond differently to situations, and in my experience I am more likely to be assisted by a woman than by a man. Women always offer me a seat when I'm using my cane on transit. Men? Not one, ever. Women often stop to ask if they can assist with the loading of stuff onto the back of my bike (groceries, furniture, etc.). I do recall a couple of men over the years, but it's mainly been women. In all fairness, though, I've had two men stop to assist while I've been changing a flat and not a single woman.Originally Posted by thedragonlady;3983027;
Anyone who doesn't teach their daughter to assist other people in need is doing them as much a disservice as those who don't teach their sons how to cook and do housework.