Differences between the sexes: it’s all in the brain

Science is now demonstrating that men and women have different genetic brain structures which lead to differences in how they tend to think and behave, including buying and shopping.

Differences between the sexes: it's all in the brain

Collette Dunkley

The feminist agenda has been with us for over 30 years and we might have thought the subject was well and truly closed. Yet, two issues are regularly confused: equality under the law vs equality (in the sense of 'sameness') of behaviour, motive, psychological make-up.

As with many social changes, opinions swing wildly from one extreme to the other. Generations ago we were told that women were physically, intellectually and psychologically completely different from men. Later, feminists rebelled, telling us that women and men are the same: women can...

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