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Physical Strength Differences Between The Sexes

The following is an excerpt from Roderick Kaine’s book Smart and SeXy.

Though the focus of this work is not on differences in strength and endurance between genders, it is important to address this issue briefly because lack of acceptance of the greater physical ability of men has as much or more negative impact on the careers which require it as refusal to accept the innate cognitive differences does in the fields which require a minimum level of intelligence. If anything, the problem is even worse because while male and female intellectual differences are salient at the population level to those who look carefully, they can also be quite subtle at times.

Differences in physical strength, endurance, and athletic proficiency are an order of magnitude more striking. The average woman has only 52% of the upper body strength and only 66% of the lower body strength of the average man. Similar numbers are found when comparing muscular endurance. Another way to consider this difference is to look at the overlap in strength distributions between genders. When such a comparison is made, it turns out that only the strongest 2.5-5% of the female distribution overlaps with the male mean strength. Mirroring this, only the weakest 2.5-5% of male distribution overlaps with the mean female strength.i, ii, iii One study which measured hand grip strength found that 90% of females had less hand grip strength than 95% of male group. The strongest control group female was surpassed by 2/3rds of the male control group. In the same study, female athletes who specially trained for sports they played were also considered. Even these athletically elite females only managed to reach the 25th percentile of untrained males on average.iii Seemingly though, cognitive dissonance knows no bounds because there are feminists who would deny this reality in the face of unambiguous and overwhelming evidence; not to mention plain common sense.

Percentage of Males and Female with a Given Handgrip Strength or More

The graph above compares maximum male and female grip strengths. At any given strength level the percentage of males or females who were able, when exerting maximally, to reach at least that minimum level of force or greater is shown. For example, all volunteers could exert more than 150 Newtons worth of force so 100% of males and females could exert that level of force or more. As the minimum required force increases, progressively fewer people have the strength to exert that force. Dotted lines are used to compare the strongest 5% of females (shaded area) to the male curve. It can be seen from this comparison that just over 90% of males are stronger than 95% of females. In other words, the strength differences between males and females are so large that their distributions barely overlap even at the tales. Neither males nor females in this group engaged in special athletic training. Data from D. Leyk, D., Gorges, W., Ridder, D., Wunderlich, M., Ruther, T., Sievert, A., Essfeld, D. (2007) Hand-grip strength of young men, women and highly trained female athletes. Eur J Appl Physiol (2007) 99:415–421 DOI 10.1007/s00421-006-0351-1

From an evolutionary perspective, it was men who achieved status both to each other and to potential mates through physical competition and prowess; say, for example, through hunting. It is true that some men would profoundly lose in such competitions, and many probably died as a result. However, as was discussed previously, the species could accept increased mortality in males since the remainder could easily make up for those lost in terms of fertility.

Comparison of the Hand Grip Strength Distribution between Typical Males, Typical Females, and Elite Females

Above is a graph comparing the distribution of hand grip strength between typical males, typical females, and highly athletic females (i.e., elite females). Each distribution is divided into quartiles and each quartile is bounded by a horizontal black line. The grey area denotes 50% of the overall population (25th percentile to the 75th percentile). As can be seen from the graph, the strongest typical female is weaker than the male mean. Among the athletically trained female population, only the far tale of the distribution overlaps with the male mean. This indicates that even with training few women are able to attain a strength comparable with the untrained male population. This comparison does not include an athletically trained male population, but it can be expected that there would be little to no overlap with the female cohort if such a population was included. The shape of the curves were added as a qualitative representation of the relative population density at a given maximum strength where greater width indicates more of the population has that strength. Data from Leyk, D., Gorges, W., Ridder, D., Wunderlich, M., Ruther, T., Sievert, A., Essfeld, D. (2007) Hand-grip strength of young men, women and highly trained female athletes. Eur J Appl Physiol (2007) 99:415–421

Becoming an alpha female has never depended on raw physical strength to any great extent. In fact, the risks attendant with roles that require enhanced physical strength would likely serve to reduce female evolutionary fitness by increasing the chance of incurring fatal injuries; should she be physically capable of doing them. Since such risks present little advantage to females in terms of increased fertility, it is understandable why they would not evolve enhanced strength or why they might even move towards less strength to encourage increased outsourcing of provisioning and physical labor to male partners. With different pressures at work, males and females have understandably diverged with respect to their physical aptitudes. The main regulatory molecule which facilitates this is of course testosterone. However, muscular genes show a similar pattern as intelligence and spermatogenesis genes in that they also appear to be disproportionately X linked; strongly implying that strength is an evolved sexually dimorphic, and possibly sexually antagonistic, trait.

The consequence of gender differences in strength is most obvious and unavoidable in the setup of our athletic competitions and games. There is no professional level or league which can be co-ed. Women simply are not physically capable of competing at the same level as men and must have separate leagues that virtually no one is interested in watching. This is not surprising because people are generally interested in watching the best compete, and that means men. Male athletic competitions are also more interesting because it is a method by which men can demonstrate their evolutionary fitness and relative level in social hierarchies. Athletic competitions do not serve this same purpose to any appreciable degree for women.

A notable example of direct competition that demonstrates the gulf between men and women was the tennis competition between Karston Braasch, who was ranked 203 in the professional men’s league, and the top ranked Williams sisters. Braasch won both games back to back with scores of 6 to 1 and 6 to 2. He was a decade and a half older than the sisters and past the physical peak age of his twenties. His preparation for the matches included smoking a pack of cigarettes and drinking several beers; yet the competition wasn’t even close.iv

The same pattern of differential suitability between genders in athletic competition is also true of physically demanding careers such as police officer or fire fighter. Ask yourself this, if you were caught in a fire and your life depended on a firefighter coming into the building, smashing down doors or walls with an axe, and then carrying you out, all while wearing extremely heavy protective gear, would you prefer a man or woman be the one sent to get you? If you have any interest in actually having your life saved, then the answer is obvious.

Similar arguments can be made for police officers who must have the physical ability to subdue criminals as part of their jobs. The idea of a female officer being able to physically subdue a fully grown male criminal is laughable. In one well publicized example, prisoner Bryan Nichols, a large black male, over-powered an older female officer, took her gun, and went on a killing spree. False beliefs in gender equality in the case of firefighters and police doesn’t just result in wasted money or general inefficiency as in high IQ professions, it costs lives. Yet millions of taxpayer dollars are spent to accommodate the small number of women who are barely able to meet the physical standards of those professions; say by retrofitting fire stations to have female specific locker rooms and bathrooms which largely go unused.v And even if they are able to meet modern physical standards, that is only because the current standards have been relaxed compared to what they were in the past just so that more women could be placed in these roles. The actual physical demands have not decreased along with the standards.

Strength isn’t the only problem, either. Gender differences in bravery and risk-taking also matter. Jared Taylor, in his book Face to Face with Race, digresses from the general focus of the book to discuss the story of a female fire lieutenant who was hired and then promoted, in complete disregard for any sensible, merit-based physical standards. The hiring and promotion of this woman, like most female fire fighters, was done by the fire department to meet politically inspired quotas. When her crew arrived to a fire, instead of doing the standard procedure of dragging the heavy hose into the house, breaking down the door to the room on fire, and putting it out, she became afraid and reminded the crew that she was in command and ordered them not to enter. They were to try to put it out from the outside. Of course this didn’t work and it wasn’t until a male chief from a different crew showed up, relieved the cowardly woman of command, and ordered the firefighters to do the correct thing that the fire was put out. Later, the female fire fighter had a nervous break down as a result of her now widely known incompetence among the other fire fighters. She was reported to have started hitting herself repeatedly as part of this. She also became enraged at the fire department and sued them for “discrimination.”

Perhaps the most documented physically demanding career for which unsuitable women have been allowed to invade is the military. Quite literally, physical strength can mean the difference between life and death. In the chaos of battle, it can still sometimes be necessary to fight hand to hand in close combat situations. Even without actually resorting to the problem with females attempting to engage in hand to hand combat with men (let’s say that only guns are used), combat soldiers are still required to carry 70-100lbs of gear on long marches and into battle. This amount of gear tests the limits of male strength and endurance.vi How can it be expected for women, with only 50 to 66% of the strength of men, to carry this much? It can’t. The only way to put women into combat positions, which is the current object of feminist penis envy, is to lower standards and require less equipment. But the question is, what should female soldiers not carry? Should they have less armor? Less ammunition? Less food and water? How about less medical supplies? All of the things a soldier carries are potentially life saving, and without them that soldier and her fellow troops are at greater risk.

In addition, even cases which are, at first glance, seemingly beyond the need for physical strength can rapidly become physical tests of endurance. For example, it is quite possible for an airplane which comes under attack to lose engines and/or hydraulics. In such a situation, making an emergency landing requires a great deal of strength and endurance from the pilot. Most men would be able to handle this situation better than most women for purely strength related reasons.

There has been a large and foolhardy push for more women to be in the military and in combat specifically; which recently met with success. The only way to accomplish this is to lower standards for everyone, or simply expect less from women. Essentially, make it so women are paid the same for less work and ability. For example:

At the time of enlistment, a seventeen-year-old female is expected to do thirteen push-ups, compared to thirty-five for males, while for forty-one-year-olds, the numbers are six and twenty-four, respectively. A seventeen year-old girl is expected to run two miles in nineteen minutes, forty-two seconds or less, which is twelve seconds more than a forty-one year old man gets. A forty-one-year-old woman has to “run” two miles in twenty-four minutes and six seconds, almost five minutes more than a man receives.vii

More than 50% of female trainees in the marines are unable to do even three pull-ups. Instead they are required to do a “flexed arm hang” for a minimum 15 seconds; a much less stringent requirement.viii Over all age ranges, women can only do about one third the number of pushups compared to men; 30 vs. 10. Men average 2-4 fewer minutes per mile on long distance running tasks (7 vs. 10 minutes for a 1 mile run and 16 vs. 20 on a 2 mile run). Women can only do 40 sit ups on average compared to the male mean of 60.ix Female recruits also tend to be less physically fit on average (i.e., they are fatter). One of the most remarkable reductions in standards is the lowered minimum throwing radius expected of women throwing grenades. Women are only expected to be able to throw a grenade 25 meters compared to 35 meters expected of males and many can’t even throw it that far. What happens if a female combat troop muffs her throw and gets everyone around her killed? That incurring this level of increased danger to troops is accepted is incomprehensible, and yet that is how things are actually done today.x

Beyond simply having less physical strength, the female body also appears much less suited to strenuous physical exertion. Multiple studies have all found similar results: Women are consistently and significantly more likely to be injured. During basic training, it can be expected that 50% of female recruits will develop some sort of injury compared to 27% of men (i.e., they are 1.8 times more likely to be injured). Women are 2.5 times more likely to develop injuries that lead to significant time loss from training. More than 50% of women are prevented from ever completing their training because of some sort of injury. This pattern has been stable since the 1970s. xi, xii, xiii

Women are several orders of magnitude more likely to incur some specific injuries. For example, 1 in 367 female military personnel can be expected to suffer a pelvic stress fracture compared to only 1 in 40,000 men. This is unsurprising given that the female pelvis has evolved to accommodate childbirth, not heavy load bearing or other stresses. More generally, stress fractures occur about 10 times as often in women than men in the military. Depending on the study, ACL ruptures are between 2.4 and 9.7 more likely in women than in men. Overuse injuries, defined as an injury that results from extended, repetitive use of a specific body part, occur in 68% of women compared to 48% of men. The cumulative result of all of these injuries is that women must go to the doctor and seek medical care at 9.2 times the rate of men.xii

All these extra injuries constitute a huge additional immediate cost to military operations and can be expected to increase with additional female involvement in the military. However, the extra costs do not end in immediate medical costs. Injuries which cause sufficient damage result in physical disability discharges. Such discharges entitle the person who receives it to financial benefits for the rest of their lives. Consistent with their higher rate of injuries generally, women are 64% more likely to receive a physical disability discharge. And this was without them ever being intentionally exposed to combat situations at the time these studies were done. One year saw female disability discharge be as high as 140 per 10,000 female military personnel.xiv In the same year, male disability discharge was only 80 per 10,000 male military personnel, despite the fact that they are more commonly exposed to dangerous and/or physically demanding tasks. Disability costs take up an absolutely staggering amount of the military budget. In 2001, 21 billion dollars was paid out in compensation to disabled military service personnel when all services are considered. 25% of this disability compensation budget is made as direct cash payments and this was the level of payments before the recent Iraq and Afghanistan wars even took place.xi

Not to be misinterpreted, it is ethical to compensate soldiers who risk their lives and become disabled as a result of service. However, considering that women are so much more naturally prone to being disabled and that any individual woman can be expected to contribute less than any individual man on average, it makes little sense to have women in the military at all. In this case, women are definitely not equal in terms of what it costs to accommodate them.

References

i Miller, A. E., MacDougall, J. D., Tarnopolsky, M. A., Sale, D. G. (1993) Gender differences in strength and muscle fiber characteristics. Eur J Appl Physiol Occup Physiol. 1993;66(3):254-62.

ii Meyer, L. G., Pokorski, T. L., Ortel, B. E., Saxton, J. L., Collyer, P. D. Muscular Strength and Anthropometric Characteristics of Male and Female Naval Aviation Candidates. Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory.

iii Leyk, D., Gorges, W., Ridder, D., Wunderlich, M., Ruther, T., Sievert, A., Essfeld, D. (2007) Hand-grip strength of young men, women and highly trained female athletes. Eur J Appl Physiol (2007) 99:415–421

iv (2001) How to… beat both Williams sisters in one afternoon. The Observer. The Guardian.

v Pelisek, C. (2008) Women Firefighters: The Gender Boondoggle. L.A. Weekly. http://www.laweekly.com/news/women-firefighters-the-gender-boondoggle-2151639

vi Tyson, A. S. (2009) Weight of combat gear is taking toll. Washington Post.

vii Browne, K. (2007) Co-ed Combat: The New Evidence That Women Shouldn’t Fight the Nation’s Wars. Sentinel. ASIN: B000W94H5I

viii (2014) Marines delay female fitness plan after half fail pull-up test. Associated press.

ix Jones, B., Bovee, M., Knapik, J. (1992) Associations among body composition, physical fitness, and injury in men and women army trainees. National Academies Press. Body Composition and Physical Performance: Applications For the Military Services.

x Frum, D. (2013) The Truth About Women in Combat. Daily Beast. http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/03/01/the-truth-about-women-in-combat.html

xi Jordan, B. (2014) Data Predict Spike in Female Troop Injuries. Military.com. http://www.military.com/daily-news/2014/01/13/data-predicts-spike-in-female-troop-injuries.html

xii Springer, B.A., Ross, A. (2011) Musculoskeletal injuries in military women. Borden Institute.

xiii Bell, N.S., Mangione, T. W., Hemenway, D., Amoroso, P. J., Jones, B. H. (2000) High injury rates among female army trainees: a function of gender? Am J Prev Med. 2000 Apr;18(3 Suppl):141-6.

xiv Department of the Army (2011) Prevention and Control of Musculoskeletal Injuries associated with Physical Training. Department of the Army.

This is an excerpt from Smart and SeXy by Roderick Kaine, published by Arktos in 2016.

  • Jarod

    Most unsurprising article ever written for this site.

    • Shame the book even had to be written!

      Don’t get me wrong, I have it in e-book form and it is an excellent little book academic but highly accessible, so it is a recommendation. It is a pity that this book has to be written as it professionally and scientifically describes and argues for observations and knowledge that used to be common prior to the sexual revolution of the 60’s.

    • TLMW

      Ehum, it clearly says “This is an excerpt from Smart and SeXy by Roderick Kaine, published by Arktos in 2016”, so it’s not an article written for this site.

  • Gubbler Chechenova

    There seems to be a Definition Black Hole. This DBH sucks in and hides all other meanings that might pertain to the word. It’s as if that something cannot be named… like the Vikings fear to name the ‘Wendol’.

    Just like light cannot escape from a black hole, meaning cannot escape from the PC gravity of DBH.
    So, a certain phenomenon or idea must remain unnamed and hidden inside the DBH.

    How is this Definition Black Hole created? There is no better example than the term ‘racist’.
    It is a term whose gravitational pull sucks in and imprisons any idea or thought related to racial reality.

    The trick of DBH is to come up a generic-sounding term and then squeeze and pack it tight it to mean something very specific and judgmental.

    By word logic, racism or race-ism should mean belief in race as reality and possible racial differences and/or need for racial consciousness. It should be a neutral than judgmental term. After all, ism means belief. So race + ism should logically mean belief in race as reality.

    But ‘racism’ is defined as racial supremacism, racial hatred, irrational animus against others, racial imperialism, racial murderousness, and etc. But why? Does ‘ism’ mean all that? Ism just means belief.

    But because a generic term has been concentrated and overloaded with such negative and strong meaning, all other possible meanings related to race can only be negative as they are just sucked in and devoured by the PC gravity of the term ‘racist’.

    As such, there is no viable term for the following: Belief in reality of race, racial differences, and/or need for racial identity/consciousness.

    What operative word means what I’ve described above? There is no such word because ‘racism’ as currently defined sucks in and devours all other possible meanings. Because a generic-sounding word has been overloaded with ultra-negative gravitational pull, any attempt to rationally define racial reality gets sucked into ‘racism’ as defined by media and academia.

    Now, some might propose ‘race realism’ or ‘racialism’, but they won’t work because they are meekly defensive and concede to the trick of PC. Instead of trying to salvage a word’s true meaning, they concede the PC’s unjust hostage of that word and try to concoct variations to mean something else. But the term ‘racism’ is so powerful that even ‘race realism’ and ‘racialism’ get sucked in the vortex. We need a better way to be HBD-positive in opposition to HBD-negative.

    Currently, there is no functional word to describe one’s belief in the reality of race and racial differences. People may describe themselves as holding such views, but they have no word to describe what they believe. Indeed, if we were to ask the media and academia to give us a neutral term that means’ one’s belief in race as reality and racial differences, they would at a loss. There is no such word that exists in the media. ANY belief in race is automatically sucked into ‘racism’ as defined by racial hatred and racial supremacism. PC media/academia might object to such a neutral term since ‘race is just a social construct’, but even if race is ‘social construct’, why should ‘racism’ means racial hatred or chauvinism? After all, just because one believes in fairies and elves doesn’t mean one has to believe fairies and elves are hateful or murderous.

    So, the ONLY way to break the grip of PC is to redeem race-ism to mean what it should mean. A belief in races and racial differences. Such a generic term should not be overloaded with such negative meaning. Call racial hatred ‘racial hatred’. Call racial supremaciam ‘racial supremacism’. But there is no way race-ism should mean such. And unless we reclaim the true meaning of what race-ism should mean, DBH will always leave HBD-positive folks without a word to describe what they are about.

    In 13th Warrior, the only way to break the will and spell of the Wendol is to enter the cave and kill the mother. Likewise, the only way to break the power of the DBH of ‘racism’ is to enter into its vortex and blow it up from the inside. Instead of saying, ‘we are not racist, please don’t call me racist’, we ought to enter into the very core of the meaning and change it from within. And only then, once reprogrammed from within, will it come to mean what it should mean, and then, we can use it freely and meaningfully as a generic neutral term. It’s like INCEPTION. It can only be changed from the inside. We have to enter into the Definition Black Hole and kill the Minotaur or Medusa from within.

    Sometimes, to break the hold of something, you can just beat on it from the outside. You have to enter its inside and blow it up from there.

    Same should be done with Sex-ism. It should not mean ‘hatred of women’. Ism means belief, and therefore, sex-ism should mean belief in the reality of sexes.

  • genX140

    Come on guys don’t be so sexist. Haven’t you seen in recent movies, women beat up men so easily. And most doctors and scientists are black, therefore equal intelligence among races lol.

    • Joseph Curwen

      If Hollywood tells me that a 60 kgs, 160 cms girl can do a flying armbar and then knock out a 185 cms, 95 kgs of pure muscle Spetsnaz, who am I to think otherwise?

    • Émile

      I don’t know what movies you watch but in mine all scientists are played by Jewish actors. You see, they need to play some parts and the irony would be too strong for Jews to play the porters… If they look good but not too ethnic they play the lead parts (where the big money is) otherwise they are content with the nerds and hotshots. After all it was not for nothing that the Oscar was accused of racism. It is only Jewish racism…

  • Well, imagine my shock…

  • Lawrence

    3 female swedish cops trying to arrest one asylum seeker:
    https://youtu.be/qGiJl59Ldsk

    • Billy Brown

      lmfao just proves there is no need for them. civilian justice be much better

  • WHAT

    I beg to differ, female beach volleyball is very interesting to watch.

  • Ris_Eruwaedhiel

    The fabled Irish cop of yore had a physical presence, as well. A burley 5’10” male police officer giving orders is more likely to be obeyed than a 5’5″ female officer. A woman is also more likely to resort to a firearm in order to backup what she says. After all, God created man, but Sam Colt made them equal.

    Height standards have been lowered to accommodate not only women, but Hispanics and Asians, as well. I’m only 5’2″, but I’ve seen plenty of Mestizo men no taller than me.

  • Albionic American

    Well, duh. No one in premodern times would have entertained fantasies about “warrior women.” This nonsense comes from the Enlightenment’s pseudoscience that anyone can become anything, given the right education and environment.

    John Milton notices the difference between men and women when he introduces the prototypes Adam and Even in Paradise Lost, Book IV:

    Whence true autority in men; though both
    Not equal, as thir sex not equal seemd;
    For contemplation hee and valour formd,
    For softness shee and sweet attractive Grace,
    Hee for God only, shee for God in him

    So according to Milton, men possess “contemplation” and “valour”: The activity of the mind, and courage and competence in confronting danger.

    Women lose nothing if they generally lack these abilities; they have perfectly legitimate and useful strengths that operate in a different area of life.

    • “No one in premodern times would have entertained fantasies about ‘warrior women.'”

      Uh, you see various accounts, whether real or fictional, of warrior women in ancient and medieval European texts. Women definitely fought on occasion in ancient and medieval Europe.

      • Albionic American

        Only if you like fapping to fantasies of shield maidens, perhaps.

  • Zyzz

    Well written. Nicely done

  • TheGoyWonder ✓ᴵˢˡᵃᵐᵒᵖʰᵒᵇᵉ

    Walking a 12:03 mile is effortless. and I could do way more than 2, I could go all day at that pace. guess mobility is male privilege.

  • SmashCulturalMarxism

    IQ differences as well as brain chemistry differences point to many more distinctions…

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/5246922258405dfa64c736ac1d7e4f9b4db85e94e16a2a3a91b0e413167fb88b.png

  • Canucklestani

    The worst thing is that men will sacrifice their comrades, commanders and mission for a woman. Extrapolate this to all levels and sectors of modern Western society and you’ve got yourself a problem that even ending ethnic diversity won’t solve

    • LieslMmm☝👌

      You could create a gay ethnostate. Unfortunately, it would only last one generation. Good luck!

      • Canucklestani

        You feminists have beat me to that punch

  • If you look at the extremes of physical ability, elite female athletes perform worse than elite male athletes, but elite female athletes still perform a lot better than average males. For example, in the 69kg (152lbs) weight class, Liu Chunhong can snatch 128kg (282lbs). That’s only 77.1% of the male 69kg record of 166kg, but how many 69kg males do you think can snatch 128kg? I’m guessing very few. I’m biologically male, over 69kg, and probably couldn’t snatch more than 40kg if that. (I’m not sure; I’ve never done snatches.)

    There have gotta be some number of females who can meet military and firefighting physical standards.

    • WHAT

      >I’m biologically male

      Are you sure?

    • DURENDAL

      Haltérophilie is extremely technical.
      The article is right on everything.

    • iemand

      I think you are grossly underestimating these elite female lifters’ steroid intake.

  • JMB

    I always try to tell other women that being a feminist doesn’t give you super powers! It doesn’t stop bad things happening. You don’t gain strength. It doesn’t stop bad men from hanging out in a park or out at night, looking for prey to rape. Feminists are all shocked when a girl does drugs or drinks too much then gets sexually assulted or raped. I don’t understand why they can’t accept scientific facts. We are weaker but made beautiful & offer so much to our Men. We offer companionship, sex, children, & a warm welcome home. Why do women want to be out in this mad world, fighting? I use to think “penis envy” wasn’t real but I guess it is. GROSS

    • Being a feminist only make them into this. LOL

      http://i.imgur.com/OgstNdw.jpg

      • JMB

        That never gets old! 😂

    • LieslMmm☝👌

      We also offer intellect. Not just “beauty,” which is subjective anyway. This article is pointless b/c it’s clear to anyone with eyes.

      • Gaze73

        Look at all the great female scientists, CEOs (inherited doesn’t count), philosophers, painters, composers, music producers or directors, oh wait. Look at all the female politicians and female voters running their countries to the ground based on emotions and myths about equality. So much for intellect. As for beauty, even a contest judged by AI ended with only white women winning. A scandinavian blonde is simply more pleasing to the eye than a nappy headed wide-nosed negro or an australian aborigine, and a 20 year old is more beautiful than a 80 year old.

  • Lord Momos

    Isn’t this ‘Captain Autism’ again who tried to pass off males with Autism Spectrum Disorders as being superior to normal, functional men? I wonder how the autistic men he champions compare to normal males in terms of body strength…chances are are they are closer to the feminine ratio than the male since they are usually either extremely intellectually handicapped or obese computer nerds. Perhaps the next rally can be ‘Unite the Apsies/ASD’s’, that is, assuming they can read or lay off eating pizza long enough.

  • Marathon-Youth

    Some basic physiological differences between males and females: (not in any particular order)
    -The walls of arteries are thinner in females than males (Women have looser valve structure than men. Palpitations are more frequent among women and are less durable after a heart attack than men)
    -males have more red corpuscles than Females. (Men have 10% more red blood cells than women and higher hemoglobin to carry more oxygen)
    -The large muscles in males are larger than females
    -Bone density is stronger in males than females
    -Lungs are larger in males than females
    -Men have larger hearts than women (Average weight of a woman’s heart is 118 grams. Men’s hearts are 60 grams more.)
    -Brain size is larger in males than females (brain volume is between 8% and 13% larger in a man than a woman.)
    -Men heal faster than women (Men also have higher circulating clotting factors (vitamin K, pro thrombin and platelets). These differences lead to faster healing of wounds and higher peripheral pain tolerance )
    and much more.

    • LieslMmm☝👌

      And?

  • Marie

    Have things gotten so insane that an article need to be written explaining the differences in physical strength between men and women?

  • Mz Right

    CHRISTPHER CANTWELL CRYING
    that’s your archetype alt right hero.

  • Dvoid Vagabond

    Every year men loose more and more testosterone, more drop out of school and study less and men are proven to be more susceptible to medical problems.

    Who needs strength when Y’all becoming stupid, sick, pussies every year ✌️ Look it up boys

  • Marcus

    Fascinating article! Regarding race and physical ability, one should read Race and Sport by Richard Lynn and Edward Dutton.

  • LieslMmm☝👌

    It took research to conclude this?? Wow, men are physically stronger than women. #shocked

  • trannyfagandproud

    yes there are obvious differences between men and women but that doesn’t mean that a trans man can’t be as strong as a biologically born man and that a trans woman can’t be as feminine or as motherly as a biologically born woman