Most Helpful Guy
Background: There is (or was) an old debate about whether or not gender-behaviors were intrinsically caused biologically (i.e., through hormones, chromosones, etc.) or if gender-behavior was the result of society and social conditioning. This does not have to do with gender-identity which is a completely separate issue, but rather gender-defining.
Because of GAG, I really find myself leaning to the society/social conditioning version. I didn't always think that way, but I've seen how girls change and my age has a little to do with it too, seeing the 18-24 generation post vs. the 30-35 generation that I am in vs. the generation of my parents and their stories, and I notice a lot of differences. These differences can only be traced back to social changes. We couldn't have "evolved" that fast, so to speak, if it was just biological.
Sorry for geeking out on you dear :)
The bottom line is, men and women really aren't that different. We just choose to become different (or were forced to be).
Most Helpful Girl
I haven't learned much of anything yet but I'm so glad I found a site where I can ask as many questions about boys, sex and giving advice without it getting deleted. I wish I would've discovered this site sooner, all those lonesome Yahoo Answer days with a meager 2 replies are now over. Thank you Jesus.