Are Men and Women the Same?

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Sure, men and women are equal, but are we the SAME? A Slate article that suggests we are the same leaves out some important information. Join me on this Love U Podcast to learn how women – because of their lack of testosterone – are not only different than men, but perhaps even better than men when it comes to relationships.

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  1. 1

    I think I would like a copy of this infamous third grade memo Evan is referencing, that if you like a girl, you ask her out. Back when I was trying to date, I got several men that wanted to email back and forth, chatter for hours on the phone and wanted to give me their phone number. I would love to just send a copy of the memo with a note: Start here.

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    Thanks Evan!

    What a fun topic.   You and your guest did a great job bringing up a discussing many different angles.   I especially appreciated when your guest illustrated how women DO get friend-zoned.   I’m looking forward to next week’s interview!

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    Interesting topic. It’s true that men & women are different and often, they don’t see things the same way.   I just wished your guest could have shared more, because you did most of the talking.

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    You are SO articulate, Evan!   A fair thinker, sharp as a whip, and always nailing it.   Am really glad you end up doing this than writing scripts.   Bless you!

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    Cheryl Lawson

    Men these days seem quite lazy..very little effort ..they appear to want the gal to do the work..I am not chasing men.. I am not initiating anything.. how ever I show interest   when I am.. They call, they don’t say much and expect that the gal takes if from there? I;m not doing his job start rowing the boat early in the game and you will doing all the work while he sits back and enjoys the ride..WHERE ARE THE MEN?

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      Interesting. All of the characteristics you listed are associated to one type   of man – those perceived as “upper tier” (based on Westernized culture’s radically updated ‘value definition’ of a man in recent decades) and thus have “a lot of options”. None of these traits are associated to the remaining 80%+ of men, most of whom are judged invisible/undateable by the same women who complain that there are no men left.     Oh, the irony ..

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    Cheryl Lawson

    Upper tier ..interesting definition..what is the value definition given to women of late? how is the 80/20 split determined? surveys?Perhaps a chunk of the remaining 80% aren’t seeking relationships? or did you just tap those seeking relationships. I also wonder what is the age bracket of the new upper tiered group of men.I believe there is alot of confusion these day when it comes to relationships in general.I quite enjoy men ..I have men friends ..and   I have dated a few   I am not actively persuing relationship ie on line ,I would embrace the opportunity to get to know and develop a relationship.I am not committed to the on line process.Yes, I know that your next comment how? do you expect to meet men ? the old fashion way I guess..the beat goes on.. ..interesting comments from folks and keep up your good work ..Perhaps I will buy into the process the meantime I am quite content in my life ..My men friends (no benefits)give me that fix of having a guy to do somethings with..My comment is based on an observation that I made from my experience.

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