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Originally posted by nonpoint
Disclaimer- not a debate on women’s rights here
What I would like to know is how are women different from men?
Not just the obvious characteristics. Why do women have such a hard time breaking through the glass ceiling?
Some have but most have not. Could there be undiscovered biological traits that hold them back?
With scientists still pondering the role and regulation of the brain, I believe it could be possible. Do women have the same intelligence capacities of men?
No offense to the ladies here but it seems men tend to accomplish, create, and invent more important things than women?
Most Nobel Prize winners and accomplished professors seem to be men as well. Is this just a coincidence?
Originally posted by Merger
.. However this also means that we are both male and female in nature, except that the chemicals and DNA form the male/female gender.