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Why, on average, are cats associated with feminine and dogs with masculine?

With the exception of purse dogs and poodles, this seems to be true, and I always wondered why. \ \ Cats are quiet, stealthy, passive-aggressive, unpredictable, cold, fast, cruel, agile... \ \ Dogs are loud, in your face, loyal, warm/affectionate, aggressive, playful, fierce, strong, powerful... \ \ As Michelle Pfeiffer said, because men and women started out on unequal footing, women have had to adapt in a struggle to compensate for their physical weakness, relatively speaking, and they did so just as the cat has in relation to the dog.\ \ Likewise, we have also had to compensate in relation to straight men, who have always had the upper hand, thus, the reason we gravitate toward cats and the more feminine dog. \ \ Yes?\ \ I''m actually a big dog person but I''m more or less indistinguishable, but in general it''s gay men are cat or little dog men.

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