Research Paper - The Female Anatomy From Imperfection to...

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The Female Anatomy From Imperfection to Equality 12/13/2007
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When it comes to the mysteries of women, men have always been baffled.  Over the centuries men have tried to understand the opposite sex.  They have  understandably been curious about all that is woman, including the female body.  The female anatomy has confused men for centuries.  They just couldn’t seem to  get it right.  Somebody would have a “breakthrough” and the next century  somebody would disprove it.  Through the years scientific men have tried to define  and understand how women work.  Their focus mainly has rested on the  reproductive organs. From the beginning of time men have been studying women.  In the earliest  years women were seen as the counterpart of men.  However, they were  considered the  lesser  counterpart.  This is plainly visible in all aspects of their  society.  Women were considered weaker and more emotional.  Due to this they  were thought to be fit for domestic life alone.  Even in matters of reproduction men  were describing themselves as the life givers and women as the objects that were  used.  In the fourth century BC, Aristotle wrote that man contributed the form of 
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