In human groups, there are no complete working examples of what female power could mean for a society. 8 In human groups, women have influence over their husbands, sons and other males to have a stronger power than once thought. Females develop supportive social networks with each other. However, they get caught in a trap. If they support each other too much, they are subject to losing what they want, such as investment and protection, of the most desirable males. There is competition among women for the best males, which breaks down compacts between females. Females’ interested in protecting themselves from abusive relationships find difficulty, because they do not leave violent situations.