Thesis: There are many differences between men and women, and they are divided into many parts: physical, mental, relationship, education and career. 1.
Changes during Puberty
Men and women relationship
Education and Career
Recently, there was a group of Mission College students discussing about the differences of genders on Facebook, a social networking. One of the female students wrote a note which contained 50 factors that guys should know about girls, but most of the comments from the guys said that they couldn’t understand girls. Girls are just lame complicated to understand and to be with, and they wish girls could be plainer and easier. Conversely, the girls responded to the guys’ comments that girls are not that hard to understand, but guys just never satisfy and appreciate of what it has already been there. By this, it shows that guys and girl are different, and they always misunderstand about each other. Nevertheless, there are many differences between men and women, and they are divided into many parts: physical, mental, relationship, education and career. Physically, the two hemispheres of the female brain are connected more than the two hemisphere of the male brain. The study has found that the cerebral cortex of the females’ brains are closer together and touches more than males’ brains even though males’ brains are larger than females (Brannon, 2002). Women’s brains operate at a higher temperature due to burning more glucose. Also, the life time of female brain is shorter than the male brain, and women are more propones to degenerative diseases than men. Yet, men’s brains are larger, it shrinks fast. Males’ uses more brain more when they think since they are very logical. As women and men grow, there are some changes in their bodies which are very common for everyone. First of all, their productive systems would grow, and they are able to have offspring. Male will start to produce sperm, and female will start to have
their periods so their eggs are ready to receive the sperm. The females’ bodies’ contours become rounded whereas the males’ musculature develops. Some parts of their bodies will grow more hairs such as the underarm hair and pubic hair, and for males they will grow more hair on the face as facial hair like beard and hair line. More than that, women will experience the breast development as the male experience the enlargement of larynx, and they both will have acne appear on their faces since their hormones develop more. People even can distinguish them as men and women by the change of their voice pitches that men have a low voice pitch and women have a high pitch voice. Women and men are just as intelligent, but their brains work differently. For instance, women excel in school because they have been made into a more girl-friendly environment, and more men are the ones getting the short of the stick. Usually, men have a better special awareness and the sense of direction, and women are better at discerning the difference in color while men notice the movement etc. Men are simply more precise than women because they look at things deeper than women. In addition, males have a high ability to control emotion and project orientation, but they have a low ability to control emotions (Hopler, N.D). Usually women have the ability to deal with multitask; for example, I can listen to my iPod, read the book, and watch the TV at the same time. I can capture all of the information unlike men; they can only focus only to one thing or fewer things than females. Although women are flexible, they still cannot response to stress and risk as well as the men do. Men and women have differences in mental ability which make the men to have a tendency to compete with other men and women to have a tendency to cooperate with other women. ...
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