A concept of two genders not only limits ourselves, but may be at the root of environmental destruction.
Conventionally, it is assumed that the reason for the remarkably persistent gap between men’s and women’s lifespans is cultural. Men are less likely to seek physical or mental health care when they’re in pain or injured or ill, less likely to get routine preventative care, less likely to eat nutritionally and exercise regularly and floss […]
It’s a relatively common idea that sexual selection works in exactly one way: males develop exaggerated traits (peacock feathers and stag’s antlers) to compete for female attention, because males want to spread their sperm everywhere while females want to only mate with the best. Unfortunately, it turns out that the real situation is more complicated. […]