It is mentioned often in the Manosphere that women don’t handle the concept of cause and effect very well. The first question is whether or not it is true. Furthermore, if so, is due to nature or nurture or a combination thereof?
As for the first question, there do seem to be lots of dippie women who just don’t seem to understand why bad things happen to them when they do silly things. Of course, this might just be a guy perspective. Maybe from women’s perspective, all of these silly behaviors make sense. I will admit that I am a bit prejudiced here.
Let us assume that that they do have issues with cause and effect. Where does it come from? My grandmother had seven kids in a log cabin without electricity or running water. She had to get stuff done. If that is the case, I am thinking that one learns the concept of cause and effect quickly. I am thinking that if she did not, my grandfather would have made it so. She also grew up in an environment where one had to be efficient.
So this might suggest that nurture is key. I am thinking that it probably is. Modern girls / young women / women are pampered, given special breaks, have less truly expected of them, benefit from the p****-pass, etc. They just don’t have to learn how to get things done. For the fellas, they are still expected to be effective; no special breaks there. As for girls, in the past, they were expected to become effective at being young ladies; this expectation no longer applies. Perhaps this is one reason why men go MGTOW — Much is expected of me and little of her; why should I go for that?
But then again, women might just be born to be lax in the understanding cause and effect department. What do you think?