14 Real Physical Differences Between Men and Women (Besides The Obvious)

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If you don’t already understand the fundamental differences between male and female genitalia, it’s time to ask Mom and Dad to give you “the talk.” But, beyond ding-dongs and coochies, men’s and women’s bodies differ in various ways. It’s past time for us to put our differences aside and embrace our biological differences!

  1. Men gain weight around their stomachs, while women gain weight around their hips and thighs. Women have a higher percentage of body fat than men, but they store it behind their backs rather than in front of their faces, where everyone can see it. So, this makes the style of men’s trousers or shirts to be different from women’s. Look for men’s fitness clothing brands and check different reviews of the best style for you on US-Reviews.
  2. Men are larger than women. Men are roughly 10% larger than women on average. It is a pattern that begins at birth, as boys are typically larger than girls.
  3. Men and women see things differently. Men have an advantage when it comes to depth perception, distance vision, and lighted environments. Women have better night vision and visual memory and can see more red in the color spectrum than men. In comparison to men, women blink twice as often. Colorblindness affects more men than women, and research shows that it is about ten times for men to get it more than women.
  4. Men are stronger than women. Men have roughly 30% more upper body strength than women, according to most estimates. Only one in every twenty women is said to be as strong as the average man.
  5. Men are more susceptible to nearly all illnesses than women. Because their adrenal glands produce more cortin than men’s, women have higher disease resistance. Breast cancer, female reproductive disorders, and benign tumors are the only three diseases in which women die more frequently than men. Otherwise, every other disease, including cancer and heart disease, kills men faster than women.
  6. Girls mature faster than boys. Girls typically reach puberty two years earlier than boys, and boys take their entire lives to mature.
  7. Women have longer lifespan. In the United States, women live five years longer on average than men. Men die at a higher rate than women throughout their lives.
  8. Men’s fertility lasts longer than women’s. Many men can reproduce well into their 70s, whereas female fertility begins to decline after 35 years
  9. You can tell a lot about someone by looking at their hands. In general, a woman’s index finger is longer than the finger next to her pinkie; men’s index finger is shorter than the finger next to their pinkie.
  10. The size and efficiency of men’s and women’s vital organs Men’s hearts and lungs are more prominent than women’s. Women’s livers, stomachs, thyroid glands, and kidneys are all larger than men’s. In comparison to men, women have lower blood pressure and a faster heartbeat.
  11. Men are large, hairy apes. Men develop large musty patches of hair all over their bodies after puberty, making them look a lot like the legendary Sasquatch of the Pacific Northwest. Women have less hair than men and are thus more fully human.
  12. Men’s bones are not different from women’s. Women’s skeletal structures differ from men’s in that they have wider hips, wider facial bones, smaller chins, a longer trunk, and shorter legs.
  13. Men burn more calories faster than women. There you have it if you needed another reason why you must abolish patriarchy. Men burn more calories faster than women.
  14. Women have more erogenous zones than men. The female body is more susceptible to sexual stimulation than the male body. Either that or women are more attractive.


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