I have realized that people avoid answering by trying to find fault in me. The distraction tactic is used. But the question at least makes them understand that they may not know about their own reactions and beliefs as yet though they talk a lot.
No body will answer this.
CDM, I think your perception is flawed, we certainly do not "try to find fault in you". What I think may be a distinction is as I have previously stated: You hail from a different culture to ours, and a different way of living. There are some things in the west that puzzle, horrify or amuse you, and naturally, your curiosity leads you to ask questions which would reveal how our minds work. In addition to this, look at this subject: you are a man, from a predominantly male-controlled society, asking women, in a society where equality is stronly advocated, what they think about selecting men over women, or vice versa.
There is also the question of precise language, and English is not your first language, although it is excellent, and commendable. it may however, still pose minor problems of comprehension....
I know you are a scientist, and you see your questions framed in Logic. But we are not scientists, and frame our answers emotionally.
So it really, truly is not a question of us trying to find fault. It's got nothing to do with distractiong from the subject.
I think the fact that so many people have willingly contributed to your posts, instead of refraining from comment, or ignoring you, is testimony to that.