The human body can run, jump, bend, break, repair, and energize itself. Science has shown us how amazing our bodies are. Though men and women are physically different, these differences help us tell each other apart, boost our mutual attraction, and make us compatible. Different genders may build their personalities from the same pool of traits, and many of us could be influenced by our parents and siblings in early childhood and beyond. Although there may be a few differences between personality types in genders, children are prone to prioritize different traits socially. Women sometimes get the short end of the stick for being weaker or slower than men, but a woman’s body can do some amazing things.
#1 Busty bosoms.
Females don’t only have breasts for breastfeeding, but they help in experiencing sexual arousal. Most scientists believe breasts are an evolutionary trick to attract men for reproductive purposes. This part of a woman’s body is most evident in her female sexual organs and stands out the most. As soon as they start popping up, a young lady becomes aware of her gender, and those who take a little longer to develop or don’t develop at all may feel inferior to their more busty female counterparts.
#2 Smooth necklines.
Men and women both have cartilage surrounding their larynx, but since men have a larger larynx which gives them a deeper voice, their pieces of cartilage protrude more. This gives them throat bumps called Adam’s apples. Men also have lower voices than women because their pitch correlates with the amount of testosterone, and testosterone levels are indicators of genetic quality and sexual aptitude. As women have evolved to look for men who have all the fitness and health indicators, studies have consistently shown that women are more attracted to men with deeper voices. They are looking for a partner with whom they can produce healthy children.
#3 Soft facial features.
The more testosterone a man has, the more prominent his forehead, the sharper his cheekbones, and the stronger his jawline will be. The more estrogen a woman has, the broader her face, the fuller her lips, and the higher her eyebrows might be. Sex hormones control the variation of male and female facial features. In addition to a chiseled jaw, higher testosterone levels in men have been shown to correlate with muscle strength, aggressiveness, and genetic strength. Studies show that women rate men with more angular facial features as more dominant and robust than men with rounder, effeminate faces. Women tend to find men with masculine characteristics more attractive
Men are generally more muscular than women; most women are slightly more than half as strong as men in the upper body and about two-thirds as strong in the lower body. The male metabolism burns calories much faster than women, and the female metabolism tends to transform more food into fat. Women store the extra fat in their breasts, hips, and buttocks, and as hypodermic fat in the lower layer of skin, making a woman’s skin feel softer and plumper.
The male and female bodies are well-designed for the role of each sex in a primary society. Women are built for carrying and bearing children and must have wider hips and store extra fat for the duration of pregnancy. Men, freed from the demands of childbirth, benefit from being robust as possible, both for providing and competing with other men.
Women give birth, and no one can know precisely how it feels carrying another human being within their body unless they experience it. The female reproductive system is one of the most vital parts of the human reproductive process. Women can cultivate human life, nurture it and allow it to enter this world.
#5 The Vulva.
Vulvas are like fingerprints, as no two are the same. The shape, size, and color of the vulva can be considerably different from woman to woman and should be celebrated. Don’t mistake the vulva for the vagina, as the vagina doesn’t include the clitoris, labia, or any other external parts. The vulva is the outer part of the female reproductive system. It has many different forms, such as the mons pubis, which is a mound of tissue located on top of the pubic bones and is typically covered in pubic hair.
The Labia majora are the folds of skin found below the mons pubis. They cover most other parts of the vulva. Labia minora are the more minor folds of skin covering the vestibule of the vulva. The entrance is located between the labia minora and contains the opening to the vagina and the urethra. The Clitoris is located at the top of the labia minora. Skene’s glands are located in the vagina near the urethra and form part of the G-spot, which also plays a role in sexual arousal. Knowledge is power, and when it comes to the vulva, it’s no exception.
Learning more about your body helps debunk societal misconceptions and prevents the spread of myths. Women, love your bodies because they indeed are phenomenal. Men, we value your strength but appreciate it when you’re in touch with your feminine side because breaking those certain stereotypically male traits offer us more emotional connection. Male or female, we are each miraculously put together.