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Anonymous asked in Social ScienceGender Studies · 4 weeks ago

If females had the same level of social support, would the suicide rate be higher?

If they weren’t allowed to “get it out their system” from a young age or had to live by our standards, would suicide rates be any higher? Hypersensitivity, self harming, botched suicide attempts, etc. Males at all ages are expected to stand on their own two feet and ostracised unless they do. Females could have no money, job, education and it wouldn’t lower her social status and they seek more social support from a young age in ways boys are discouraged from.

With an unhealthy history of unstable intense relationships and fear of abandonment, I noticed it was only females my age with the same traits. Short lived friendships they claim they couldn’t live without, falling in love every 5 minutes, a list of friendzoned guys used to for venting and often detailing very sensitive information to people when you’ve just met. While dysfunctional, it clearly works. Is it the reason suicide rates are lower?

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  • 4 weeks ago

    NO IF SOMEONE IS METALLY ILL ITS GOOD TO TALK WHAT THE FAWK

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    No, the suicide rates are lower because they attempt and fail. Perhaps it’s because you only get the money, transportation, food, and entertainment you earn yourself in the afterlife.

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