Trust me,<br>...even at my age I think about sex FAR more than Once a Day!<br><br>In turn, it makes me question the validity of the rest of the Stats.<br><br>**and yes** "mini brain-boners" sums it up quite nicely.<br>Almost a tiny electrical shock deep within the uterus. (TMI ?)<br><br>I find the thoughts come unbidden and at the speed of thought. <br>There's seems to be no controlling it, (although I've never seriously <br>tried) and unless dwelt or acted upon the thoughts go just as fast <br>they'd originally occurred.<br><br>Speaking strictly for myself; Just because not all women TALK about <br>sex all day, says nothing about what she thinks about, feels, or does <br>in the privacy of her own head. <br><br>I've found the Adage: The Empty Barrel making the most noise very <br>applicable, more often than not. IOW, Watch Out For the Quiet Ones. <br><br>Hope that helps.<br><br><br><br>
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- I remember my science teacher in the early grades saying that Women are more advanced humans than men, because unlike what you see in a male, a female has a completely isolated reproductive system. With that in mind, I believe other organs could be more advanced too, like the language & hearing center.<br><br>- Why we only use 7,000 words vs. 20,000 a woman uses? Is it because we get to the point in less words?<br><br>- Sex thoughts every 58 seconds, yes, it's our job to plant as many seeds as possible to avoid human extinction and Windows users.<br><br><br><br>www.waleedsgallery.biz<br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by walzuhair on 08/22/06 02:33 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
I just think of it as an adaptations.<br><br>Men were the hunters, women the gatherers. Two halves of a complete unit. <br>Men see something move they club it to death. the end.<br>Women need to recognize an edible tuber by recognizing a dry stick in the <br>ground. It don't move, so she had to remember where to find it, the time of <br>year to determine the ripeness, and how to prepare it. We are more intuitive <br>because we have to know what a baby wants, and to assess subtle body <br>language to keep from getting clubbed (or raped).<br><br>Men seem to have lots of handy hunter adaptations as well, When I go camping<br>I see the men all the time commenting about seeing fish in pools of water, that<br>all the women seem to not be able to see. All I see is the glare of the surface, <br>whereas they're all pointing out speckled trout by the score.<br><br>I surmise that men may have polarized vision to assist them in spotting prey.<br>Perhaps better low-light vision(?) I'm not sure what other senses may be different, <br>but I'd be interested if anyone knows of a valid study on the subject.<br><br><br>
I somewhat disagree. Women make excellent hunters... if given a chance. Men have always considered it their domain I guess in part because women have traditionally been burdened with child rearing which didn't allow for extended periods away from home. Those times have changed and women now get to show their stealth and intuition when it comes to hunting and fishing. One of the most sought after hunting guides I know is a woman. She's GOOD!!! Myself, I'll out skunk any man when it comes to fishing. I seem to "know" where the fish will be at any given time. I can also "call" fish. Laugh if you want but the guys I've gone fishing with no longer laugh. I've seen fellas out fishing for days and get nothing for their trouble. I'll go fishing and get something nice within an hour. <br><br>
I agree it's not so easy to pigeonhole women/men (or Americans/Canadians for that matter). I think as society becomes more and more diverse and removed from nature, people will tend to stray more and more from gender roles (genetic or not). I read Cel's description (which I think is largely true from what I remember of my Anthropology major), and know that I would not have survived long in prehistoric times.<br><br>Thinking back to to my University studies I remember learning that in order for humans to become bipedal, our hips had to become much narrower which meant humans had to start giving birth to babies much earlier in the gestation cycle in order that the baby could still be small enough to fit thru the birth canal. This lead to babies that were much more undeveloped/helpless than the average semi-bipedal ape. And this in turn led to a higher need for socialization and nurturing in the human race than in others, which led to culture etc.<br><br>What a great major I had, I can bore people on internet forums when I should have learned how to make better and smaller computer chips.....<br><br>We are what we repeatedly do. -Aristotle
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There's no doubt that biology accounts for a lot of the difference between female and male behavior, but it's only one of many things that determine behavior. Culture, social status, age, position among siblings, place of birth, ethnicity . . . . . all of 'em have affect how people behave, I think.<br><br>. . . . . Here's lookin' at [color:red]you</font color=red> kid.
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For sure. I'm also an excellent marksman....er woman <br>I was kinda not wanting to trumpet female accomplishments<br>so I did kinda take the anthropologic PoV. <br>but I'm a good fisher person as well. It takes intuition and<br>knowing how to play a fish, like toying with a cat to make it <br>bite, even when it don't want to. and just when to tug to <br>set the hook.<br>Another strength is women's willingness to cooperate, rather<br>than to compete. Verbal skills are an advantage for conveying <br>complicated concepts, and for seeing them through to fruition. <br><br>
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