1 year ago
Last edited at 3:27PM on 3/22/2013
Long ago at an Oxford Union Debate, scriptwriter Frank Muir introduced the topic this way.
"At a meeting of Suffragettes in Paris a speaker said, 'There is very little difference between men and women.' at which a woman leapt to her feet and shouted, 'Vive la difference.'"
Then he continued, "That is the subject of tonight's debate. It translates, roughly, as 'Up the difference!'"
What are these "numerous differences" that you want explained? Biological differences? Reproductive differences -- which would include what Elizabeth George described as "the dangly bits"? Are you looking for psychological differences? Functional differences?
Truthfully, most of the differences between the sexes are becoming a little blurred these days both on a functional level and a physical one. Consider the number of women who excel in areas that were traditionally male domains, and the number of men who are, to some extent, house husbands.
1 year ago
Last edited at 5:32AM on 3/22/2013
As you said their are numerous differences, that would take a while. But what do you mean by an explosion? If your referring to the Big Bang theory. It was not and "explosion" but an "expansion" of space.