Stating the oblivious.

We see one or the other every day. We love, hate, kill, and sell them, in all colors, shapes and sizes but we have little understand of them.


But what does it mean to-day when we say “mankind.” Is it  referring to both male and female.

For centuries, the differences between men and women were socially defined and distorted through a lens of sexism in which men assumed superiority over women and maintained it through domination.

Sexual attraction is controlled mainly by factors hardwired into the brain, due to evolutionary forces.

The vision of equality between the sexes has narrowed the possibilities for discovery of what truly exists within a man and within a woman. As the goal of equality between men and women now grows closer we are also losing our awareness of important differences.

” Men know life too early. Woman knows life too late”. That is the difference between men and woman” Oscar Wild.

The word ‘men’, meaning “to think” or “to have a cognitive mind”, was also gender neutral and connected to “man”, which meant “the thinker”.

It is my position that men and women are equal but different. When I say equal, I mean that men and women have a right to equal opportunity and protection under the law. None of us would argue the fact that men and women are physically different.

Modern society hasn’t made relationships between men and women any easier.

The challenge facing men and women is to become aware of their identities, to accept their differences, and to live their lives fully and as skillfully as possible.

It’s not that men and women live in completely different realities. It’s not that men are from Mars and women are from Venus. To understand the difference we must first understand in what ways we are different.

The world will be less interesting when everything is same.The stereotype that men are more “thick-headed” than women is not far-fetched. Let me clearly state that I do not believe that men (or women) are locked into these negative stereotypes.Post image for Why Are Men So Difficult? The 8 Big Differences Between Men’s and Women’s BrainsTypically, men’s brains are 11-12% bigger than women’s brains. Sadly, this difference in size has absolutely nothing to do with intelligence, but does explain the difference in size between men and women. Men need a bigger brain to control their bigger bodies and muscles.

Women on the other hand have four times as many brain cells (neurons) connecting the right and left side of their brain.

So where does that get us in any understanding?

Women are apparently extremely complex and mysterious creatures while men are a simple-minded species.

The most obvious difference is probably the emotions.

Men rely easily and more heavily on their left brain to solve one problem one step at a time. Women have more efficient access to both sides of their brain and therefore greater use of their right brain.

Most men are less concerned and do not feel the same as women when solving a problem. Men approach problems in a very different manner than women. Men have a tendency to dominate and to assume authority in a problem solving process.

Women consider and process information differently.

Women tend to be intuitive thinkers. Women have a larger deep limbic system than men, it allows them to be more in touch with their feelings and better able to express themselves, which promotes bonding with others.

It must be emphasized that they can and do solve problems in a similar manner.

Men have a hard time understanding emotions that are not spoken, while women tend to intuit emotions and emotional cues. In stress situation men have a response reaction that resembles “fight or flight” while women react with a “tend and befriend” strategy. Men are more turned on by visual stimuli.

Recent evidence suggests that humanity is not only still evolving but that human evolution is actually accelerating. Neanderthals did not die out, but instead were absorbed into modern humanity.

Woman:     https://youtu.be/Xrp0zJZu0a4

Men:          https://youtu.be/wkOo_znVJF0

Facebook may soon need to add “Just got served divorce papers” to its list of relationship statuses.

A Manhattan judge ruled in the case of Ellanora Baidoo, 26, who wanted to divorce her husband, Sena Blood-Dzraku, but had no mailing address for him and therefore no place to which she could send the paperwork. The judge is allowing Baidoo to serve her estranged husband with a divorce summons through Facebook.

Maybe the word ‘man’  should be replaced with dude.