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What is it We Really Know About Gender Differences

October 27, 1997

Especially for gender differences, there is a lot of kerfuffle about how one gender is "different" (i.e. less) than the other in some areas.
I have found that most of this is fluff and self-fulfilling prophecy that needs to be tossed aside (even if it is making good employment form some clueless wonders).

This section will look at what do we really know?: not conjecture, not correlate means causation, or the like.

I have found that we actually know very little. Wild conjectures aside, there are some gender differences:
=> and these small differences, when reinforces and stereotyped by peers, trains folk to utilize very different behaviors.
That 600 lb Gorilla really doesn't care what you think, it has learned it can sit anywhere it wants!

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