The creative duo of Alex Distasi and Nomi Kane, came forward and illustrated this for College Humor by creating a series of hilariously accurate comics pinpointing the contrasting worldviews of men and women. Whether those are influenced by the way we’re brought up, our environment, or something else entirely.
As many musicians and artists have previously pointed out: we are one man or woman, both human. But there must be differences in the point of view of this world. Because it can differ from interests, goals, from mindset and point of view, it must also be different, according to some psychologists that men tend to think focused, simple and far ahead, but women tend to be more detailed, cautious and wide to the side, so men are better suited to be leaders and women support them from behind, "a difference in mutual need."
And although while looking at the big picture I’d like to agree with that, there’s no denying that smaller groups of people do have different points of view.
That’s a discussion section below!
And see also LA-based artist, Katie Rose has decided to address women’s issues by a series of cartoons depicting what would happen were women the majority in global politics across the world.
Originally on CollegeHumour, Rose’s illustrations tackle issues such as body shaming, sexual health, sexism, and unequal priced pharmaceuticals. By using the caption “I care about men, I have a husband and son. My father was a man” she also tackles empty rhetoric espoused by certain politicians when it comes to addressing women’s issues.
Check them out below!
More info: twitter