How did I know Stefy would be the one to deny biology? Men and women are different in so many ways. This doesn't make them unequal, it simply makes them different - they have different traits - which is not a bad thing.
"On average, men connect front to back parts of the brain more strongly than women, whereas women have stronger connections left to right," - The results, which apply to the population as a whole and not individuals, suggest that male brains may be optimized for motor skills, and female brains may be optimized for combining analytical and intuitive thinking. - http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-mens-brains-are-wired-differently-than-women/ - this is one of many examples of biological differences between men and women.
Mister_Man: i know that i actually have read the same article and i know its true but theres two things about what im trying to say that you arent acknowledging.
1) Im entertaining (not necessarily accepting ir denying) the idea that those differences in the brain are not inherent. It is possible for life experience to rewire the brain. It may be that the different ways man and women are raised in our society condition them to think a certain way and access different parts of the brain more than others, meaning there would be know inherent difference between men and women.
2) Even if there is an inherent difference, were all still human and the difference can be treated as negligible. Even if there is that difference, there is still such a variety in the different ways that all people think and so many exception to every rule and every stereotype that results from people using this s an excuse for stereotyping that you should not ever assume someone thinks a certain way when you meet them simply based on their sex.