From a cold survival standpoint, how has the western world making women and colors equals benefited the white man who were the standard?

Again, from a coldly "survival of the strongest/fittest/most violent" viewpoint. All answers whining that I'm promoting racist terrorism and nothing but insults will be reported and hidden as spam.

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  • 3 weeks ago

    Fk ya motha bish

  • Zirp
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Huh? the only way skincolour matters for survival is if there's not enough vitamin-D in your diet

  • reme_1
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Maybe your post needs to be reported.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Equality is all an illusion as no 2 ppl

    are actually equal in most things but

    the false hope said notion brings is

    euphoric.

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  • 1 month ago

    Apparent skin colour has nothing to do with temperature. The level of melanin in human skin is a response to the intensity of the Sun which varies latitudinally  such that it is highest at the equator and lowest at the poles. Consequently the darker skin is closer to the equator while paler skin is closer to the poles.

    This is because melanin in the skin protects the skin against sunburn but, at the same time, it inhibits the production of vitamin D by the skin. At the highest solar intensity, sufficient vitamin D is produced by dark skin but as the Sun's radiation becomes weaker with higher  latitudes, paler skin produces more vitamin D and not as much melanin is needed to protect against sunburn.

    There are places near the equator where people live at high altitudes where it can get very cold. This does not affect their skin colour as the solar intensity doesn't change with altitude.

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