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10 Reasons Why it's Better to Be a Man

Tania Khadder

May 21, 2009

10. It really is a man’s world

High school me refused to buy into it. College me was skeptical too. Heck, even grad school me held onto a glimmer of hope that the conventional wisdom was flawed (and that my mother was – as usual – wrong). But all grown up, working, professional me knows better. Men earn more for the same jobs. Most of my bosses have been men. Men don’t have a biological clock. On a man, wrinkles add character. And on and on and on.



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    kd_aman

    about 5 years ago

    72 comments

    I seem to remember that the urge to urinate has nothing to do with the length of the urethra and everything to do with stretch receptors in the bladder?

    And in response to Tri, there was another side to this...10 reasons why it's better to be a woman, written by a man.

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    Kimmie_T

    about 5 years ago

    66 comments

    brut and physical strenght doesn't begat true strength, because that will eventaully fade. Life is a test of mental endurance and faith. True strength is in mental and spiritual strength and unfortunately most men don't fair well with this. But men and women both are meant to compliment each others differences. No sex is better than the other. We need one another. So, this article needs a ton of work.

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    Piemom

    over 5 years ago

    2 comments

    everthing was based around the man......what's that about?

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