Some say anything women can do, men can do better.
Well it turns out that men are also more benevolent, too.
According to research from Micheal Lynn, a professor of consumer behavior and marketing at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration, men tip more than women. Look at the graph below.
Anybody who has worked in the American service industry can confirm that this graph is bang on. Having practically lived in bars in New York for over a year now, I understand why certain stereotypes exist.
While the individual man is an insoluble puzzle, in the aggregate he becomes a mathematical certainty.
– Sherlock Holmes
What’s interesting is that when men get together, they actually tip more.
When women get together, they tip less.
Although this research only applies to tipping, there is other evidence to confirm women are the less generous sex. Women donate less to charity than men. Men have also overtaken women in volunteering. Not convinced? Here’s more (very well-researched) scientific data supporting men’s altruism in society.
What does all this tell us about male and female nature?
It seems that when men get together, they bring out the best in each other, becoming more generous and resourceful. But when women get together, they bring out the worst each other, becoming more selfish and stingy.
No wonder feminism is such a toxic ideology.
This “gimme gimme gimme” mentality also explains why women tend to vote democrat and favor big government.
But let’s not chastise women for the shortcomings that nature has provided them with. Rather, let’s assume responsibly and lead by example. As men, we are natural providers. Share the love and don’t be afraid to be a generous gent.
Ladies, we make you better people. Don’t hate us, embrace us.
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