I've always considered myself an equalist. Women and Men equal to each other intellectually and in importance. But I find that a lot of people don't understand that I mean "equalist" in a sense of worth and general intelligence, but not at particular things. So here are some of those things, based on my experiences.
(This is not saying these are true for all people, just in a general sense)
1: Men Are Typically Better Drivers
I've found that usually men are better drivers than women. I feel that the reason for this is that women are more anxious and over-analyzing when driving, whereas men, being the big ego'd hotshots they are, are more confident behind the wheel. (I'm jokingly saying "big-ego'd", don't get all p*ssed).
2: Women Are Better At Cooking
Men, being as simplistic as they are, usually don't have the same concept of cooking as women do. A woman usually puts a lot more thought into everything going into the meal and how to properly cook things, whereas a man is perfectly content in throwing an unseasoned steak on the barbecue until it isn't red.
3: Men Are Physically Stronger
This one is just obvious. Men are physically stronger. Duh.
4: Women Are Better At Communicating Emotions
When a friend has gone through something bad or someone needs emotional support, a woman is usually better at giving it. They typically know what's best to say and how best to comfort someone in need.
So that's just a couple ways men and women differ. It doesn't make one less than the other, we're just different. And it's supposed to be that way.