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There are the evolutionary arguments ofcourse..
Examples:- Women are better at multitasking than men because in prehistoric times, they stayed home to raise children, pluck fruits, tidy the hut etc.
- Men have a better sense of direction than women because in prehistoric times, they needed to find their way back after a hunting party.
- Women are more verbally developped than men, because in prehistoric times, women spent more time amongst each other in the village, where communication was not disturbing, while men were out hunting together where silence was a big factor in the success of the hunt.
I think in the future, these typical differences will flatten out due to the more similar lifestyle between men and women compared to history
There will always be a gender discrepancy.A nice anatomical example is this:Why is it that men have less problems cheating their wives than vice versa? And why do more men can have sex without the need for 'feelings'?
This is because in the brain, there are parts of the cortex involved in emotion processing and parts of the cortex involved in feelings of lust.