I will be arguing yes to this. I am a girl, and in my opinion boys are extremely complicated, and harder to understand than girls. If anyone disagrees, then please lets start this debate!
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Well, every girl is different. I have been trying, and am still trying, to get a boy i like to notice me. I have been trying for over a year. I am always left at the same point. the beginning. I"ve tried other boys, and they were just as confusing.
I've learned from several surprising relationships that boys often don't tell you if they like you often times they are scared to make a move because they don't want to get rejected. You feeling that boys are not noticing you is simply explained is does not prove that boys are complicated. I am a girl and I can not understand any of the things I do. For example I will never know why the second a friend leaves the room we all must start saying mean things about them. For girls best friends are the ones who don't care what you say behind there back because they know that you know that they will do the same. Boys don't spend hours in the morning on hair and make up but girls do. Why do girls do all this? Know one knows. You not being able to get a decent boy does not make them confusing. For These reasons I can conclude that girls a far more confusing than boys.
I totally agree with you there, but Most boys I know are very straight out and always tell me what is on their minds, but when they do that, It gets even more confusing, and it makes them even harder to understand.
This is why I would say 100% of the time, boys are harder to understand, and are more confusing than most girls.
The girls who try t make things complicated are the ones who are not a part of this.
It has been proven with science that Girls are more moody than boys, girls get lots of mood swings because there hormones are crazy. Girls are so confusing that most of the time you cannot tell what mood they are in, it could be happy or bloody angry and explosive. When talking to a girl there is never a right response. You probably find boys so confusing because you have not been around them enough. Many scientific studies have proven that girls have more crazy hormones to make confusing things. When girls get mad at each other often timers they don't even tell one on other they gossip spread rumors and exclude that person while acting nice in front of the persons face to avoid being confronted. A boy will sort it out in a simple fight. A simple fight can sum ups boys life it is always simple and uncomplicated. Boys don't spend hours in the morning trying to look fabulous. Why do girls do this? Know one knows. Girls are impossible to understand and if that is not confusing then what is?
Reasons for voting decision: While I strongly disagree with Con's perspective, she had the better arguments. That being said, to say that girls are inherently more prone to lying and gossip is simply not true and arguably sexist. There is no reason to assume that guys are less likely to lie and gossip than girls. The only thing that substantiates that mindset is the society we live in that grooms such stereotypical gender tropes. Lying is not a gender-specific trait and neither is gossip. As for the "science proving girls to be more moody" point, if such a "science" is true, it's more than likely because women's menstruation, and the hormone imbalance it can possibly create. But both girls and boys have roughly the same amount of hormones, all used in different ways. And guys are just as prone to have hormone imbalance as well. None of that objectively proves that girls are inherently more complicated.
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