All the females here, can I borrow something from you?

@cannibal (650)
June 7, 2009 7:22am CST
I lay down my arms! This particular fact has always managed to leave me wondering! Wherever I see, I can only find mothers being so loving to their young ones, even when they grow up! Why's this so? Is there some kind of chemical that nature inserts into the hearts of women while they become mums? Why is it that not all men are as caring as women, especially mothers? Of course there are men too, but the scale ain't that high. It's almost impossible that a woman will go hostile to its baby or kid or whatever. My question is, why is nature so biased? Why are only women made so, irrespective of species and time? Even in animals we see so much of love showered upon by mothers on their young ones. Is this some sort of magic? Sigh, I don't believe in magic. There has to be another answer! If there's any such factor, I'd love to borrow it from you! Btw, I'm no feminist. I'm just curious. The mother-kid love is mysterious. I need to know how the fe-hearts and minds are different from mine!
1 response
@technoobs (406)
• Philippines
7 Jun 09
This is the nature of human behavior to which no one can explain it why. But to the sense that they have siblings to care of and to dear of, they are so much dear to ourselves.
@cannibal (650)
• India
8 Jun 09
Indeed it's human nature, or for that matter a feature of all mammals; since you can find this even in animals. Thanks for the reply :-)