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Could women become physically stronger than the avarage male in the future?

Asked by: gmxalex
  • Women could be physically stronger than the average male.

    According to a 2001 study in the American Journal of Physiology, Endocrinology and Metabolism, as mentioned in LiveScience, "women could have better endurance than men." It is because most women have more body fat and may be better at burning it as energy.

    There is another study, which was published in 2003, mentioned in an article in LiveScience. It states that men have more muscle mass and greater levels of testosterone; hence, they tend to fatigue more easily than women.

    I have already presented evidence from reputable sources, and may now conclude that the claim about women being able to surpass men in terms of physical strength is true.

  • Science and years of genetics has told us that it's pretty much impossible for women to be physically stronger than men

    This guys says, "There is another study, which was published in 2003, mentioned in an article in LiveScience. It states that men have more muscle mass and greater levels of testosterone; hence, they tend to fatigue more easily than women."
    Endurance doesn't really have much to do with strength, the reason why guys are stronger is due to their testosterone levels. When you compare girls vs guys testosterone levels, guys' levels are off the charts. Endurance and strength are completely different.

  • It's just the way it is.

    God made us the way we are for a reason. When we were hunter gatherers, men would hunt for food, while women would give birth for future families of hunters and more women. In the bulk of society, the Father is still the one to bring the money home. Sure, some women are stronger than men, but this is because they trained and worked out and stuff. These are acquired traits, acquired over that woman's life. These are not passed on. A really good karate dude might not have sons or daughters as strong and as physically fit as him.


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