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It All Evens Out In the End Essay

  • Submitted by: GeLOLno
  • on February 18, 2008
  • Category: Psychology
  • Length: 940 words

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Throughout the ages, women have been treated differently than men. Some find this to be a great injustice, while others find it to be a sad fact of life. The women who are attempting to herald change desire equality, but that would come with disastrous results. Men and women are not the same in physical structure of course, but also biologically. Women have a larger section of the brain for emotions and language, but that extra space takes away from the assertive primal area, and the spatial talent area.

      Women on average tend to have a more balanced brain. They tend to be more of the thinker, than the doer, and they are biologically less likely to excel as experts. Men tend to have brains that push more towards one side. They are usually more hands-on and have a greater chance to become an expert, though biologically they are more likely to become an idiot-savant, or absent minded.

      The argument can swing both ways. It can be said that men are simply knuckle dragging Neanderthals who can only focus on one thing, (though they make sure to excel at that one thing.) and simply ruin the world in the ways of government. It can also be said that women are merely meek thinkers who have no practical use in society, and should be kept shielded from the important tasks.

      The truth is, neither sex is better, or has an advantage over the other. They both have their place. Men on average would do best as Musicians, Craftsmen, or a specialist in any field, as well as any career involving the use of spatial sense. Women, on the other hand, would do best as CEOs, managers, mothers, secretaries, cooks, and teachers, among anything else that would involve organization and attending to many things at once.

      There are downfalls to these so-called ‘advantages’. Women’s concentration on many things at once could yield that they may tend to overlook certain things. It would work like a pie, giving a certain percent into each category to make them as even...

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