There are many things about female psychology that nobody understands and many of these are politically protected to prevent people from understanding them. But let's touch on a few. For example, let's begin with the above mentioned touch. Male psychology is clear and easy to understand, that fighting is a part of competition, and is meant to happen between competitors. Males oppose fighting against non participants such as women, children, and old people. However, on the other hand, female psychology is opposite to the male one here, as in many other things too. Statistically, females are likely to derive a sort of satisfaction when violence is directed against weaker items, be it people or objects. This includes not only children but even the women themselves. This makes violence on women and children a liberal feminist taboo, but ignoring those taboos you can develop a scientific understanding about women's craving for violence and the targets of those cravings. This also explains why all anti violence on women campaigns always fail. Your take?