Brain Sex focuses on the biological and physiological differences between the male and female brain. Men and women are different. They are equal only in their common membership of the same species, humankind. To maintain that they are the same in aptitude, skill or behaviour is to build a society based on a biological and scientific lie.
The sexes are different because their brains are different. The brain, the chief administrative and emotional organ of life, is differently constructed in men and in wmen; it processes information in a different way, which results in different perceptions, priorities and behavior.
In the past ten years there has been an explosion of scientific research into what makes the sexes different. Doctors, scientists, psychologists, and sociologists, working apart, have produced a body of findings which, taken together, paints a remarkably different picture. And the picture is one of startling sexual asymmetry.
It is time to explode the social myth that men and women are virtually interchangeable, all things being equal. For all things are not equal ...
Taschenbuch - Doubleday Books
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