"Today’s human population is descended from twice as many women as
"I think this difference is the single most underappreciated fact about gender. To get that kind of difference, you had to have something like, throughout the entire history of the human race, maybe 80% of women but only 40% of men reproduced. "
So here's Roy F. Baumeister, Princeton graduate, attempting to explain the differences between men and women. Some of his conclusions seem a little stretched to me, but on the whole they are reasonably presented.
Will women enjoy being told that their genetic destiny is to occupy the middle of the bell curve? I suspect not.
But them I'm a member of the patriarchy, so what do I know.