Interesting article in New Scientist challenging gender stereotypes

Daphna Joel at Tel Aviv University found that only up to 8% of people had an “all-female” or “all-male” brain.  Most of us are somewhere in the middle.

This appears to confirm that gender characteristics are on a continuum.  So gender specific behaviour is not fixed and is significantly influenced by our environment, i.e. culture and upbringing.

New Scientist 30 Nov 2015: Scans prove there’s no such thing as a ‘male’ or ‘female’ brain

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