posted on Jan, 2 2006 @ 01:47 AM
I believe that the male-brought-up-to-feel-superior argument is losing its grounds as of late. Ours is a sex-equal society, at least in America and
Australia and most of Europe.
It goes without saying that most women will beat men at academics, and most men will beat women physically wise, but that is just ingrained in our DNA
chains. In fact, if you go by the (fairly limiting) argument of which sex invented what, women should be surpassing men in the creation of new
things and zoodats.
Actually, yes, it could be that, since the start of recorded time, the men have been the ones going out, doing the things, and the women staying
home, cooking, so the women never got the practical experience to recognize where new things needed to be implemented. This is even apparent to this
day, in a whole range of fields, from electronics to mechanics. Not that the women were not allowed to go into these fields, or that even society
frowned upon them for attempting to, it's just that haven't chosen to.
But the world is rapidly changing, so who knows for the future?