Dec 12, 2015

Take The Lead Science Says ‘Male’ and ‘Female’ Brains Don’t Exist - Take The Lead

You know that guy who loves to rain on your gender equality parade by telling you that men’s and women’s brains are fundamentally different? Now you can tell him that science says he’s wrong. A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences examined thousands of brain scans and concluded that the differences between men’s and women’s brains are pretty minimal. While there...

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