Along the last centuries women have fought to be treated as equals to men. They have tried to have the same opportunities, the same rights and to fulfil the same roles. The battle between sexes seems to have ended some decades ago. As a result, in modern times the lives of women and men are similar as regards responsibilities and privileges. But being born a woman I have always thought that the sole fact of being a man could make my life easier in different aspects.
To start with, men grow old with more dignity than women. Wrinkles, grey hairs and beer bellies are signs of aging which men accept and which look well on them while women, on the other hand, will make everything possible to look younger since beauty, for most of them, is related to youth. For this, they will starve week after week to look slimmer; they will use any kind of cream that promises effective results and they will even undergo painful surgeries to change their appearance. What ´s more, to look good women need more time than men. Choosing the perfect outfit, wearing a natural make-up, waxing their whole bodies and doing their hair takes a lot of effort and preparation. Men only need to grab any clean shirt at hand, shave and wear a nice perfume and they are ready to go out. But the most important advantage of being a man, as regards physical differences, is none of the ones mentioned up to this point. Men do not need a toilet when they feel the need to pass water; any bush, tree or corner is enough for them to do so. At any moment, they may relieve themselves in the road while travelling, in the street or at any place they feel like. For women it is not so easy. Women need toilets. The main problem is that, at public places, restrooms are always full and do not usually have toilet paper or clean seat covers.
Besides all this, men have more freedom than women. They do not usually take care of the children or change their schedules because one of them has a high