Not sure if this is trolling... There is no legitimate evidence or way of truly knowing this of this. If you look at statistics for time invested for the other person and statistics about fidelity you would probably draw the conclusion that women love deeper. My wife loves me just as much as I love her. Also, in my opinion, there is almost no love that has more depth than a mother's love for their child.
Government should only restrict actions that infringe on the rights of others I am personally against the use of recreational drugs but I also don't agree with imposing my personal moral standards on others. I understand that drug use has a negative effect on society and thus a negative effect on individuals but the government should be restricted to direct violations of rights rather than restricting the rights of citizens to benefit the collective. That is a slippery slope fallacy that, if taken to it's logical conclusion, gives the government the authority to make almost every decision on behalf of individuals.
Zoos benefit Earth's wildlife. Zoo animals often are not capable of returning to the wild on their own due to some injury or being raised in captivity. Zoos also play a huge role in getting kids excited and educated about wildlife conservation. Zoos spend huge amounts of their proceeds on conservationist efforts. A person is much less likely to care about Tigers living in India if they never see one. Seeing these animals firsthand helps people recognize the beauty and value of these animals and subsequently their ecosystems. Zoos generally treat their inhabitants well but I am all for giving them better treatment if they are being neglected in some way.
Generally I prefer classical music. It has a way cleaner and sophisticated sound. I appreciate that it has a more natural sound with less distortion and electrical instruments/equipment. There have also been scientific studies that have found positive health effects especially in regards to stress, emotional health, and brain development (especially if frequent exposure to classical music begins at a young age).
It doesn't have to be. Television is not inherently a bad influence. Watching too much television can have negative consequences. Watching most reality shows, soap operas, action movies, etc. portray highly immoral and negative lifestyles and behaviors which can have a negative influence on viewers. In fact I would acknowledge that television is generally used negatively more often than positively. That being said, there are great wholesome things one can watch on television too. I watch mostly nature/science documentaries and sci-fi shows. I also never watch shows that are TV-MA. As with all technology, the effects it has depend on how it is used.
Ads are free speech The vast majority of ads suck. That being said ads come in many forms pictures, commercials, signs, slogans, songs, samples, logos on shirts, etc. To ban them, ads would have to first be objectively defined. If I tell my friend about a burger place, I am advertising. Does that mean I would be prosecuted? This is a ridiculous idea and is impossible/immoral to implement. We will just have to keep sitting through tedious advertisements.
Of course it is. Self defense is self defense regardless of who is the aggressor and who is the offender. Men must always be careful not to use excessive force because of biological differences in size/muscle mass but that doesn't mean they cannot use force to protect their rights against a female. That being said, I personally would first try to turn the other cheek or avoid physical altercation in the first place and would only resort to violence if necessary.
This is a fact not an opinion. Statistically speaking women tend to be more likely to be more involved in religious activities. Pew Research Polls demonstrate this. http://www.pewforum.org/2016/04/12/religion-in-everyday-life/
I'm not a fan of collectivized generalizations of individuals, for instance, I would never assume an individual woman is more religious than an individual man based on correlation between gender and level of religious devotion in the aggregate.
That being said, there is obvious and relatively significant correlation and it's an interesting social difference.