differences among men and women Essay

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     Since we were little kids our little minds have been fed thoughts by elders that boys are very different from girls. When we were little we never really thought much of it. Now that we are older we see how different or how less different we actually are. Two things are different in male and females. One is the biological aspect such as our brains and body parts. Also the way we play certain sports are different. The difference in sports also ties in with the fact that men and women are biologically different.
     Biologically men and women are very different. Men have penises and women have vaginas I believe the kindergarten student said in Kindergarten Cop starring Arnold
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In actuality we men have bigger brains with about 100 grams more of brain tissue. We also have 4 percent more brain cells than women. Even though men have more brain cells women have greater dendritic connections between them. Women are able to process information from one side of the brain to the other faster than men. Men tend to use their left side of the brain while women use both sides. Women have a larger and deeper limbic system the males. The limbic system is the part of the brain that allows us to set the emotional tone of the mind. This gives the females several advantages and disadvantages. One advantage is that women are able to deal with their emotions better and talk about them but women are also more susceptible to depression.
     Another major difference between male and females is the way we play sports. Two sports come to mind when I think of difference. One is softball and the other is basketball. Softball which is considered the female equivalent to baseball is very different. In softball, the fences around the field are usually no more than 200 feet, in baseball the fences range from 300 to 400 feet. The reason for this is because females are not as strong as the males and are not able to hit the ball as far. In softball, the field is smaller. The base paths are 60 feet compared to men’s 90. This allows the female athletes who may not have such a strong are compared to male athletes to complete the play. The pitcher’s
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