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Differences in Men and Women Differences in Men and Women Looking at the differences between men and women from biological, evolutionary, or even observed perspectives, it is indisputable that there are genuine characteristics that are predominantly man (masculine) and woman (feminine). These differences are essentially the root of the conflicts that arise in the relationships of men and women. These are tied to a biological conflict of interest. Predominantly, the larger disputes arise on matters of parental investment, sexual selection, and mating strategies. Whether you are a feminist, chauvinist, an advocate for equality, or support bridging the gap between men and women, it is ignorant to say that men and women don’t have bottom line differences. These differences range from the way women and men walk, talk, interact, think, behave, and search for a compatible mate. It is necessary to identify the main differences before one can analyze the reasons that men and women fight. The way a male walks differs completely from how a female walks. At UCLA Kerry Johnson noticed that people were attracted to more than low cut dresses and six packs. She discovered that half of the means of attraction was attributed to the way men and women walked. Men walk with more of a swing in their arms and women with more of a swing in their hips. Women, on average, are more emotional than men. Women are more likely to suffer from depression. Women are also live five years longer, on average, than men. Female infant mortality rate is less, on average than males. In conclusion, men are much different than women Word Count: 1,094
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