Diferences Between Men and Women

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Men and women are part of the human race and share several differences. At the same time many similarities that have to be considered if we are going to analyze them. Whoever said men and women are equal must be blind. Women have always taken a back seat to men in American society. Though they are equal beings or have been consider as equal, there are deep contrast that make them completely different in many ways. As part of my psychology class I had to analyze many of the differences between men and women in their psychological and physical aspects. The physical differences are rather obvious, such as shape, weight, size, and anatomy. Society as a whole has also contributed to the problem. It starts at the hospital when a baby is born. Boys get blue blankets while girls get pink blankets. Toys are targeted at either boys or girls. Toys that are targeted at boys include trucks, blocks, guns, and soldiers. Toys that are targeted at girls include dolls, kitchen utensils, and doll houses. Boys are raised to be aggressive, tough, dominant, and daring. Girls are raised to be passive, emotional, sweet, and subordinate. Because of their musculature and their body, men with a big bone structure can perform many more physical activities in relation to strength. Women on the other hand are less capable of doing physical activities with heavy weight due to their body physiology. This problem is not only found in the United States, other countries have the same problem, as well. Another difference is that women have much more brain cells than men do; they have more efficient access to their brain. (Anatomy and physiology class I and II) women can focus on more that one problem at one time and frequently prefer to solve problems through multiple activities at a time. In relation to community, men are not really involved in social tasks, as to women who tend to carry out voluntary and unpaid activities such as holidays, traditions, helping the community,...
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