If you live in the west, what I am about to write may be shocking to you so I want to encourage readers to take a couple of deep breaths before reading on. A recent study (written by some hateful prick, I bet) has found that men and women are different. And fundamentally so. And not in a "mere" (I'm not sure why "mere" would have to precede physical, but let's not stray aside) physical sense, but in a personality sense. The dimensions where the biggest gender discrepancies were found were: Sensitivity, Warmth and Apprehension all of which were higher among the fairer sex. Emotional Stability, Dominance, Rule-Consciousness and Vigilance were all higher among males. We don't want to point our finger or anything (I'm lying, we DO want to point our finger), but these personality traits look a whole lot like the classic characteristics of the sexes, that are forbidden to utter nowadays.
What does the head honcho have to say about personality differences between men and women? "They forgot to list silliness, fragility and unreliability as predominant female traits". And there it is, laid down before us.
Not for Pussies!