WomenvsMen - Taylor Eihausen Sociology 1301-004 Womens...

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Taylor Eihausen Sociology 1301-004 November 20, 2014 Women’s Health vs. Men’s Health Did you notice in my title how I put “Women’s Health” first instead of men’s health? I try not to be bias, but because I’m a female, I feel like it was natural for me to go on and put women’s instead of men’s first. Since I’m a female, I wouldn’t make it a point to go to the Men’s Health website, because I’m more interested in the Women’s health website. The different tabs on the Women’s health website were naturally appealing to me, and I found myself wanting to thoroughly going through each one to read. In the Women’s, I’m most interested in the Health, Weight Loss, and Fitness tabs along with the Sex and Love tab. I noticed on the men’s website, there is Fitness, Healthy and Weight Loss as well as “Sex and Women” but as I kept reading, there was more to it and different advice on each tab for each gender and a lot more meaning into each different words on each article. In the Women’s fitness tab, there was a lot of advice regarding different workouts simply to lose weight. Unlike in the Men’s fitness tab, it’s more about strength and gaining muscle in your workouts. Also in the Weight loss tabs on both women’s and men’s, there’s advice to lose weight, but women’s is more emotional. The article talks about how foods that boost your energy and mood, and the guys talks about foods that give you more protein for their muscles. This
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