Why Men Don't Iron: The Fascinating and Unalterable Differences Between Men and Women

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Citadel Press, 2003 - Reference - 314 pages
Arguing that fundamental gender attitudes are hard-wired into the brain rather than culturally conditioned, a radical reinterpretation of gender "science" offers physiological explanations for differences in weight loss, mathematical acuity, learning strategies, sex drive, and communications skills, among other fascinating issues in the Mars/Venus debate. Reprint.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
9
Hes Not Part One Part Another
23
Foodsex I
53
Foodsex II
75
101 Brainsex I
101
Brainsex II
127
Brainsex III
153
Extremes Are Not Rules
177
Painting Him Green
197
Sex
219
The Real New Man
241
References
277
Index
308
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