sourmìlk wrote:Except that when you filter by other statistics, like whether or not the african american can even afford the liquor in your bar, they even out. With driving, men in all demographics are more likely. That's a misunderstanding of statistics as justification.
What makes you think men in all demographics are more likely to be in accidents? There are plenty of young men who are safe drivers. It might be difficult to identify them, but that's a difference of degree, not kind.
I don't see why labelling all men as risky drivers (when only certain individuals are) is fundamentally different to labelling all people of one race more prone to crime (when only certain individuals are).