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because the article squares so well with the man's experience. The comments added to the chuckle-loop.
Suspect it may have to do with evolutionary psychology, after all evolutionary biology has resulted in women and men having very different - and complimentary - bodies. There is consistent evidence that our respective brains bear anatomical and functionally subtle diffences in connectivity, resulting in our brains being tuned towards slightly different - and again complimentary - strengths.
In the end, seems we still work best when together - even with the "downsides" as experienced by both.
But I tell you, when you step back - it's all pretty humorous, the things we get into.
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