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Why is it not “reasonable” to apply the “reasonable man standard” to crimes where women are the primary victim

Why is it not “reasonable” to apply the “reasonable man standard” to crimes where women are the primary victims? What standard would work best in such instances and why? USE TEXT BOOK REFERENCE ONLY TEXTBOOK: Title Women, Law, and Social Control Author Alida V. Merlo; Joycelyn M. Pollock ISBN 978-0-205-44207-2 Publisher Allyn&Bacon, Incorporated Publication Date July 2005 Binding Paper Type Print Required Description 2nd Edition
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