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‘Men who pretend to like girls to sleep with them, are psychopaths’ -Twitter user



An aggrieved Twitter user @sabrinashahzadi, took to the platform to slam men she tagged psychopaths who go great lengths to have sex with women.

According to @sabrinashahzadi, men who pretend to like girls just to sleep with them are psychopaths, who like to hurt people for no reason. Here’s what the Twitter user, wrote;

why would you pretend to like a girl just to fuck when there are so many attractive girls out there who actually only want sex?? you guys aren’t doing it for the sex, you’re doing it because you’re literal psychopaths who like to hurt people for no reason

most of you boys don’t need or even DESERVE women. you need fucking therapy. Honestly like?? It’s not even about sex anymore, they just need to seek therapy instead of dragging people into their shit. bunch of p*ssies

Psychopathy is among the most difficult disorders to spot. The psychopath can appear normal, even charming. Underneath, he lacks conscience and empathy, making him manipulative, volatile and often (but by no means always) criminal. She is an object of popular fascination and clinical anguish: adult psychopathy is largely impervious to treatment, though programs are in place to treat callous, unemotional youth in hopes of preventing them from maturing into psychopaths.

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Psychopathy is a spectrum disorder and can be diagnosed only using the 20-item Hare Psychopathy Checklist. (The bar for clinical psychopathy is a score of 30 or more). Brainanatomy, genetics, and a person’s environment may all contribute to the development of psychopathic traits.

The terms “psychopath” and “sociopath” are often used interchangeably, but in correct parlance a “sociopath” refers to a person with antisocial tendencies that are ascribed to social or environmental factors, whereas psychopathic traits are more innate, though a chaotic or violent upbringing may tip the scales for those already predisposed to behave psychopathically. Both constructs are most closely represented in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) as Antisocial Personality Disorder.