Physical Differences Between Men And Women

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Thesis: Men and women are fundamentally different from each other as they generally have some distinctive physical and mental differences.
There are big physical differences between both genders. As we can notice from basic observations on our daily lives, men tend to be taller and heavier than those of the opposite sex. For instance, the average height for male adults of more than 20 years old in the United States is of about 175.9 cm, whereas the average height for females of over 20 years old in the United States is of 162.1 cm; still in the United States, the average weight for adults of same criteria would be 88.3 kg for men against 74.7 kg for women. That is why men generally have thicker bones, as they need it in order to support the bigger bodies and prevent them from cracking. Men are also physically
30% stronger not only because of the bigger body, as they have 11%-12% bigger brains (which does not necessarily represent into intelligence). They need more neurons than women to control the muscles and body mass.
The reproductive systems also have dissimilarities between the two genders even though they exist to serve one common task: to produce children. The main differences are in the the reproductive organs that each gender possess. For instance, the male reproductive system primarily consists of the penis, the testicles, and the scrotum. The penis is as a tube in which the sperm (the male’s reproductive cell) is delivered to the

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