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Female Superiority Is Real

Like many men, I was raised with traditional beliefs regarding gender, and it was commonplace for the female to be characterized as the weaker sex. It was imprinted at a young age that men were in charge of things, and women were less capable. As I got older, I started noticing evidence of the contrary. Many questions began to emerge. If women were the weaker sex, how come they live longer and seem more healthy? Why do they seem to be more intelligent and possess a special kind of intuition? At one point I discovered the book The Natural Superiority of Women by Ashley Montague, explaining in detail why women are not the weaker sex at all. Since then, there have been countless articles and books indicating that women actually have a biological advantage. The X chromosome is more robust than the smaller y chromosome. Since women have 2 matching X chromosomes compared to the male with one X and one Y, it is conceivable that the female is genetically superior.
It has been highly publicized that there is a gender gap in education which shows females advancing and males falling behind. Women already earn the majority of degrees, and that ratio continues to increase. With each generation, women will have a greater monopoly on higher education, consequently more qualified for leadership and management, and higher wage-earners.
These changes are already taking place around us. It is commonplace for the boss to be a woman these days, and statistics indicate that the feminine approach to management is more productive in the modern workplace. Women are superior multi-taskers, and naturally possess qualities that are in the most demand in a changing business environment. The leaders of the future are female, and we are watching them climb past us on the ladder to the top.
Women are no longer discouraged from competing against men, and have become more confident and assertive. They are no longer the weaker sex, and they know it.
obedientmale obedientmale 51-55, M Sep 2, 2013

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