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Paul Barrett wrote:
Uche Ogbuji wrote:
Also, don't expect Jeremy to be too responsive to email for the next 6-8 weeks. :)
*twin* girls? Try 6-8 years.
Actually girls are fine until about 13, after that I expect Jeremy won't be too responsive. Something about hormones and such.
Are you trying to imply that there's a difference between girls and boys?
The simple fact that we are still moving from the previous bad habit of considering them different to considering them equal just implies/evolves differences.
A neutral view-point would be: the N/S ratio between gender-phisiological- differences and the overall interpersonal differences is very big, at least when considering the whole personality and not single aspects.
There is no established truth, we are just longing for equiblibrium: in the actual transition phase boys and girls are under different kind of cultural tensions related to self-identification,etc ... this makes differences.
regards, Samuele Pedroni.