At all grade levels, many textbooks and other books still portray people in gender-stereotyped ways.
Serena Nanda 1997, pp.
This evidence instead finds that violent men have trouble finding female mates who would want them and that the female mates they find and the children they produce are often killed by rivals to the men.
Or do these latter differences stem, as most sociologists think, from cultural expectations and from differences in the ways in which the sexes are socialized? Among other things, they argue that she probably painted an overly simplistic picture of gender roles in her three societies Scheper-Hughes, 1987.
A belief in a strong biological basis for differences between women and men implies, then, that there is little we can or should do to change these differences.
If one person is exhausted, couples should have a conversation about it.