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Smart and SeXy: The Evolutionary Origins and Biological Underpinnings of Cognitive Differences between the Sexes Paperback – June 8, 2016
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Top Customer Reviews
Thank you Roderick Kaine for making my train ride to work a pleasure every day,
Basically, it is what it says it is. It talks about the differences in smarts between men and women. It explains what they are and what causes them and has plenty of citations. I learned a lot of things I didn't know before, and won't be taking complaints about "wage gaps" very seriously anymore. In fact, one of the more interesting parts of the book was where he talked about the gender differences in tax payments vs. government benefits. Women, apparently, pay far fewer taxes while accepting far more benefits from the government than men. A double whammy. Perhaps we should start talking about the "tax gap" or the "benefit gap" whenever people start complaining about that bogus 75 cents to the dollar statistic.
The biggest problem with this book, if you can call it that, is that it is very information dense which can make it a tough read at times if you don't have any background in this stuff. But I guess that is the point and it is good to know you get your money's worth.
I came to the book expecting little besides a confirmation of what I knew; and in many ways it was. But trust me, there is something here to impress everyone, a piece of esoteric knowledge exposed by Roderick Kaine to make you smile. The insidious lies spread in the name of Gender Equality are nothing but ashes by the time he is done with them.
Thoroughly well sourced, exquisitely written. This is a book which will forever hold a special place in my library.