Terence Kealey of The Times of London speculates on why women have, on the average, smaller brains than men.
Kealey writes about a 35-generation fox taming experiment, and duly notes that the domesticated animals have smaller brains.
He then asks: "[W]ould it be dangerous to suppose that women’s brains are smaller than men’s because, over the millennia, we men have been selecting friendly women with whom to breed?"
I think it would be VERY dangerous....
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