The Evolution Of Gender: The Differences Between Men And Women

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If you think about it, men and women aren’t so different. Will we ever come to closure on our similarities? When you look at a man, you notice his physical appearance. If we look beyond physical appearance, both men and women are built the same way. Although some may believe in Man being on top, women can do anything a man can do. Over 1 billion years ago, sex evolved into single-cell organisms. One eukaryotic cell would come in contact with another eukaryotic cell and if that cell responded, they would open their nuclei and swap chromosomes. “Sex evolved because combining the DNA of two organisms promoted better genetic fitness than one organism’s DNA replicating itself over and over (a.k.a., genetic masturbation)” (Manson). Now almost all …show more content…
Sexual dimorphism, a phenotypic difference between males and females evolve differently in each ape. The greater the dimorphism, the greater difference in male and female sexual behavior. 200 Thousand Years ago the first humans were discovered. 150 thousand years ago, humans began to speak. Men and women could then communicate their thoughts and desires to each other. Then they begin to paint, sculpt, and make art. Some humans would paint their desires and this is how pornography was invented. Seven Thousand B.C. agriculture is discovered. Now humans have found a way to accumulate surpluses of food and feed their families. Five Thousand B.C. agriculture slowly disenfranchised women in society. Farmers were known to work with heavy and large tools, also with large animals all in long periods of time. Because of a Man’s size and strength they have a better advantage in farming. Now women are trivialized and docile to …show more content…
With this revolution, men can now make enough money to support their family. Women are now no longer necessary to a man’s economic mobility. Now with a bunch of free time, women are filled with ideas about justice and the first women’s movement struck out. The movement was giving women equal rights, but French and American revolutions chose not to go on. “Because women are no longer necessary for economic means, for the first time in world history, they are pursued for emotional purposes” (Manson). Love is now looked at as impractical. Younger generations of couple’s pursue love over economic success. The older generations believe the younger generations have a lack of

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