Men and Women Have Mental Differences

Photo: Irene Dunne, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in Roberta, 1935, public domain

Feminism, like all left-wing movements, is notorious for covering up nature for the sake of so-called progress. Phyllis Schlafly waged intellectual war against the feminists for decades. Their false claims about men and women would have disastrous consequences if put into law. Whenever feminists do get their radical ideology into law, the results are as terrible as expected.

One of the main lies of feminism is that men and women are not significantly different. This is obviously untrue – even a child can see this simple fact. One of the most basic differences is that women can get pregnant and bear children. Men cannot. The modern left is trying to obscure this fact, but no matter how hard they try, the ability to get pregnant sets women apart from men.

The feminist call for equality is not as simple as a call for men and women to have equal treatment under the law. Such a call seems somewhat reasonable, but it would lead to outcomes feminists would undoubtedly dislike. Namely, women benefit greatly from modern divorce law, as well as the fact that they do not have to be drafted. Regardless, the feminist call for equality is that men and women would be forced to be the same.

But we don’t want to be the same, and we can’t be made the same anyway. God designed the two sexes to have complimentary differences, and that’s the way we should keep it. Some differences are near impossible to do away with anyway – a recent Stanford study found out that the differences in male and female mental processes run quite deep.

Researchers trained AI on over a thousand brain scans of men and women, and it discovered differences we had yet to discover on our own. The AI model can now predict a brain’s gender with over 90% accuracy.

God made us different for a good reason – and men and women both benefit from these differences.

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