Why is it that when I go to a typical american mall I see that there are usually more stores for women then there are for men? It's hard as balls to find simple, good clothing without using the internet. Besides the fact that I should probably take my measurements and buy online, why isn't there more selection for men?
The stores follow the money, and American women are much, much, much more interested in fashion - and buying more fashion - than men.
That said, the gap may be smaller than malls let on, though - surveys apparently indicate that men tend more towards online shopping:
>Why is it that when I go to a typical american mall I see that there are usually more stores for women then there are for men?
Because american on a whole as a society is far less developed and still has the idolize women aspect inherent from tribal culture
there are more services and opportunities available in America on a whole to women than men in contrast to other nations
it is only apparent when you have spent some time outside of the nation though, like a man who passes away only has value in american society if he was a father.
however the death of a woman is mourned