Governments are expendable / ··cultures are irreplaceable.
Mental illness happens to be a serious problem which primarily afflicts men.
This isn't usually brought upon by cerebral deficiencies. Rather instead, the leading causes involve stress and social pressure. For example: When Brian Wilson often stayed in bed, for several days at a time, it would be far less common for a woman to experience this degree of depression.
Here's an interesting fact of life. People are generally more concerned with helping impoverished women, than aiding males who are needy.
"Another Day in Paradise" is an excellent song. Interestingly, when trying to raise awareness to the issue of poverty, a female is generally used as the main character.
And the reason is because, people will generally become more sympathetic to the cause.
IN other words, it creates a more powerful affect when filming a woman, than if they chose to focus upon a man, instead.
Ahhhh, the Goddess is always alive & well. In this particular song "VENUS", there's an association between Love & Power. And, women are always portrayed as the Masters, who control the game. Ironically, very few men ever try to establish this type of control. Historically, the dating arena has been the Woman's field of expertise. While males have lacked confidence in thie department. Psychologists began recognizing this difference in the 1980's. It was a trade-off against any claims that men are privileged in certain fields. When considering which gender receives favoritism, it's too simple to solely focus upon his longstanding role in the workforce. We should also be reminded of the parental issue, as well.
Now, as for those men who "love a girl, then , leave her".... These guys just happened to be either selfish or immature. But, they're never deliberately trying to play games.
A similar rule applies whenever a man doesn't communicate with her partner. Perhaps, he is deeply hurting her. But, he's not deliberately trying . While, on the other hand: .......WHen a woman gives the "silent treatment", her goals tend to be more melicious. And, although, it's agreed: the results are pretty much the same, their intentions differ immensely.
The below version of "VENUS" was recorded in Hi-fi. SO, take caution. Because the volume is quite loud.