A month after their marriage, Staples sexually assaulted and kidnapped two women. Mentioned, but not elaborated on in the interview was the revelation that Staples had been sexually abused as a child. By his mother. Now perhaps, you are.
Revealed, dark side of the gentler sex: Women are 'volatile' (but men are arrogant)
Barbara Kay: Women are not always the 'gentler sex' | National Post
More specifically, this chapter seeks to lend understanding to those serial homicides committed specifically by women in dominant roles as murderer. Women who acted alone or in concert with another where the accomplice was in a subordinate role are also examined. Patterns suggest that women who commit serial murder and are dominant tend to have significantly different patterns of action when compared to those of men in the same role. Trends include, but are not limited to, the following: women are less likely to use physical violence, are more likely to use poison, are more likely to choose children and men as part of their victim pool, and have a higher estimated kill ratio than men. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
Barbara Kay: Women are not always the 'gentler sex'
Search Search. Menu Sections. Women are more likely than men to be controlling and aggressive towards their partners, a study has found.
In the battle of the sexes, generations of men have claimed the women in their lives are moody and hard to please. And now, it seems, they may have a point. According to a study of the personalities of thousands of Britons, women are more likely to be classed as excitable, moody or mercurial. Explosive: The study found that women tend to be sensitive to criticism, excitable and moody.