Diferences beteewn men and woman

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diferences bettween men and women The differences between men and women, is a good topic to discuss, isn`t it? And it has a lot of juice to squezze out. It is too a tearm that generates alot of controversy and each person has their own opinion about it. Now, in this paper i will give my point of view about this quiestion. And for that i tried to cover, in my opinion, the mostimportant issues. I’m going to start talking about the past, the present, and the future including themes like evolution, the relation betwen them, humanity contributions, femenin revolution, somebehaviors changes, and a personalopinion about homosexuality and lesbianism. Then i’m going to embrace what about feelings and relationships. Next, i’ll talk about our intelligence, physicalcapacitys and some roles in life. And i will close with i little reflection included in mi conclusion.
The didfferences betwen men and women have, undoubtedly, a very interesting past. Oneday, i was thinking about that and i tried to find some answers. I found in an hystory article, that since the very beginning of the creation times, the himan been was differentiated by thesexual organs, and each one, as always, have had one primordial role in the human evolution and reproduction. But the point is that since the beginning, men and women have had a diffrent evolutiontalking about the activities that they used to car out. For example, i read that in prehistory man and women had differents activities. Men for example,they needed to use all their strengththey had toget food, clothes and weapons by the practicing of hunting, so they had to to run, to jump, to scream, to hold up extreme weathers. In opposite, women had to stay with the children,feed them, cook for men, the most extreme was when they had to find new lands to live, but in general their jobs did not requiered of big physical effort. So the article said that that’s...
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