Science journalist takes honest look at the “brain sex wars”

From Alex Berezow at American Council on Science and Health:

Consider some of the subtler differences. Men, for example, have higher hematocrit (i.e., red blood cell concentration) than women, which means that for any given volume of blood, men carry more oxygen than women. Men also have more skeletal muscle mass, accounting for roughly 42% of body weight compared to only 36% for women. Reasons like these are why male athletes are stronger and faster than female athletes.

There are also neurological differences between men and women. Just how many differences are there? Well, there are so many, that an entire issue of the Journal of Neuroscience Research was dedicated to analyzing them.

In an accompanying commentary, neurobiologist Dr. Larry Cahill explained that, due to political correctness, the topic of neurological sex differences was so taboo that a scientist risked ruining his career if he openly discussed them. More.

Reality check: It’s risky to even bring such obvious things up now. That tells you how much power the raging Woke have acquired just in the last two decades.

See also: Study that says prejudice makes gay people die younger is retracted You’d better believe it wasn’t easy, even though it was a very flawed study. One hopes it will continue to be at least possible, at least for the really bad ones.

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