posted on Feb, 23 2014 @ 09:54 PM
reply to post by ThePeaceMaker
Again (and as is usual in these sorts of discussions), the topic drifts from GENETIC differences to SOCIAL differences. They are NOT the same.
Social differences generally favor males, genetic differences generally favor females. All fetuses are innately female until acted on at a particular
stage of development. The X chromosome is much bigger than the Y chromosome. Any social differences may be attributed to conditioning, environment,
right brain/left brain dominance and/or any number of other features but at the genetic level there ARE significant differences and, if we would
survive as a species (male and female), it behooves us to study these differences without the burden of gender-driven ego to address any weaknesses in
our continued survival. Right now those weaknesses are mostly related to the Y chromosome. It's not meant as an insult but offered as an
observation and empirically proven fact.