In the somewhat overly political-correct age and society in which we live today, it is dangerous for anyone to make statements that imply how people are different from each other even though we are all equal in our rights and freedoms, or at least should be in a perfect world.
One such case is when it comes to gender and the obvious differences between men and women that some people usually ignore for whatever reason. After taking into account various scientific studies and characteristics of the two sexes, we present 25 differences between the sexes that are very real no matter how hard one tries to ignore them or pretend they don’t exist.
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It has been noted in many instances that sex differences play a major role in educational achievement. However, many thinkers believe this might be caused by sex discrimination in the law, in culture and society, or may reflect natural differences in the interests of the sexes.
Perpetrators of a crime are usually males. Females have lower arrest rates than males for virtually all crimes except prostitution and this appears to be true in all countries for which data is available.
Certain autoimmune diseases may occur predominantly in one sex, with a prime example being the fact that ninety percent of primary biliary cirrhosis cases are found in women, whereas primary sclerosing cholangitis is more common in men.
The Frontal Lobe
The frontal lobe, which is responsible for problem-solving, and the limbic cortex of the female brain tend to be larger than in males, which appears to provide women with an advantage over men in solving house problems and in emotionality.
Because of the larger parietal cortex and amygdala, males generally tend to perform better at reading maps, spatially related tasks, and mathematics. On the other hand, females tend to excel in English and the arts.