Of course not

The Better Half by Sharon Moalem review: are women biologically superior to men?

Biologically different. Which means superiority in some things and inferiority in others.

Next question?

16 thoughts on “Of course not”

  1. If you reduce it to very basic biology, like cardiac efficiency, digestion, immune response, endurance of pain etc. it’s very probable that one or other sex is biologically superior. My money would be on the women.

  2. If you reduce it to very basic biology, like cardiac efficiency, digestion, immune response, endurance of pain etc. it’s very probable that one or other sex is biologically superior. My money would be on the women.

    It’s all trade-offs, so one can’t come out ahead.

    Men are bigger, faster, stronger etc. And as a consequence tend to die younger.

    “Better” can only arise in such cases from value judgements.

  3. If da wimminz is bettah, muh gawnna need da affirmative action men, innit. Stands ta reason, bruv.

  4. They live longer probably via systems designed/evolved to help child-production.

    They aren’t superior. Check out the women’s mags they sell by supermarket check-outs.

  5. If women are the master race, how come the all-time intergender world wrestling champion is Ike Turner ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  6. Decadence. Men have made women so comfortable that they can wax esoteric over their possible superiority.

    Men keep them alive. They take it for granted.

  7. Women live longer, probably in large part because they have two X chromosomes rather than one X plus a stub. This is why women carry haemophilia and men suffer from it.

  8. “Men have sacrificed and crippled themselves physically and emotionally to feed, house, and protect women and children. None of their pain or achievement is registered in feminist rhetoric, which portrays men as oppressive and callous exploiters.” – Camille Paglia

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