Sorry, guys, but the facts are in—and women win!
Here are 17 ways science has shown women to be stronger than men:
1. Women are smarter than men
According to IQ expert James Flynn, women now outscore men on intelligence tests in Europe, the US, Canada, and New Zealand—and women scored higher everywhere.
“The complexity of the modern world is making our brains adapt and raising our IQ,” Flynn says.
“But women’s have risen faster.”
2. Women are more sensual than men
According to researcher Israel Abramov of the City University of New York, women have a much more finely tuned ability to see slight variations in color than men do—which is why no straight man knows what “mauve” or “taupe” is, but all women do.
Women also have a superior sense of hearing and can distinguish between different scents far better than men can.
3. Women are better at finding things than men
Everyone knew that already, but it took psychology professor Diane Halpern to establish that women are better at navigating any given area by using landmarks, which makes them better at finding the lost keys and the missing remote control than men are.
4. Women are cleaner than men
Again—not exactly news! But a study at San Diego State University of offices nationwide concluded that men’s desks contain far more germs than women’s desks.
5. Women have better immune systems than men
Estrogen gives women a better natural defense system against bacteria and viruses, according to a study at McGill University.
6. Women tolerate pain better than men
Not surprising – women endure the equivalent of a bowling ball popping out of their vagina every time they give birth.
An episode of the show Myth Busters proved that women can hold their hands in freezing water 19% longer than those crybaby men.
7. Women have better memory than men
A study at Aston University in England concluded that women are better than men at remembering things two minutes, 15 minutes, and 24 hours after learning them.
A Mayo Clinic study said that not only do women naturally have a better sense of memory than men, the gap widens with age.
8. Women handle stress better than men
Researchers at the University of Western Ontario concluded that women are far better than men at handling the stress of job interviews.
Female brains also secrete more oxytocin—AKA the “cuddle hormone”—than male brains, making women calmer under fire than men are.
9. Women are better at multitasking than men
Multiple studies on multitasking have shown that women are far superior to men when it comes to handling multiple jobs at once.
This must be why no man in world history has been able to simultaneously cook spaghetti, talk on the phone, and change a diaper.
10. Women are better computer programmers than men
This goes against every possible sexist stereotype, but a study at the University of Sussex found that girls created much more highly sophisticated coding systems when designing 3D games than boys did.
11. Women make better doctors than men
A Canadian study concluded that female doctors are much more likely than male doctors to adhere to physicians’ guidelines and to prescribe the right drugs for any given ailment.
12. Women make better leaders than men
The International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics published research concluding that female-led companies are more successful than ones led by males.
A Pew Research poll found that the public agrees—women make fairer, more compassionate, and more trustworthy leaders than men do.
13. Women are better drivers than men
Studies show that male drivers are 77% more likely to die in car accidents than female drivers.
A study of car accidents in New York City found that over five years, a staggering 80% of crashes where pedestrians were killed or seriously injured involved male drivers.
This is why women pay lower car-insurance premiums.
14. Women make better cops than men
Authorities in Peru and Russia have begun switching over to female-dominated police forces because women’s superior psychological, communication, and negotiation skills make them better than men at handling volatile situations.
15. Women make better students than men
A joint study by the University of Georgia and Columbia University found that female students are better at acquiring and retaining knowledge than men.
And Department of Education stats show that men are more likely than women to drop out of college.
16. Women are better with money than men
A study conducted by Barclays Wealth and Ledbury Research found that female investors experience a higher return on their investment than men do mainly because testosterone impels men to take unnecessary risks.
A 2005 study by Merrill Lynch said that women also sell off their bad investments more quickly than men do.
17. Women live longer than men
What greater evidence do you need of female biological superiority than the fact that women live about five years longer than men do?
The New England Centenary study found that of all the people in the world who are older than 100, 85% of them are women.
As the old joke goes, why do men die younger than women? Because no one wants to sit around all day being constantly reminded of how inferior they are.
4 Comments on “How science has proven that women are stronger than men!”
Am proud to be a woman
All these are consolation jare!
I'm a natural athlete and I lift weights. Consequently I occasionally get engaged in armwrestling a man. It's the same old story:
1. He holds my hand smiling, keen to show me his strength.
2. We start wrestling and his face turns serious realising he's got stiff opposition.
3. I pin his hand to the table.
4. I flex my victorious muscle and watch his ego deflate.
I shouldn't be such a bully 🙂
🐶😈 how she felt after writing this