Women feel more guilt and concern after being aggressive than men.
Men, on the other hand, do not smile as much as women.
There are many differences that are seen in the two sexes. Some of these differences attempt to be explained from myths that people believe in about the differences between brains of men and women. One of the most talked about that of multitasking. Women are said to be better at multitasking than men. This myth may be explained by that women have a larger nerve fiber that is used to link the two halves of the brain. Women are also good listeners and are said to be keener than men. Some people, however, ignore all these issues of brain differences and believe that behaviors are attributed to by the way people are brought up and how they socialize.
Men and women have never and will never be the same.
This program reveals both the differences and the similarities in how men and women write. It shows a strong tendency for the genders to write differently, and can tell them apart quite well when they do; yet it also reveals the overlap, because it is not 100% accurate. What makes a story "seem to us" like it was written by a man or a woman may be our own intuitive grasp of this statistical curve. There are profoundly feminine or masculine stories at the far ends, while in the middle, we find stories so balanced in gender that they give no strong clues about the author.