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Modern studies confirm men are more variable than women in intelligence,<ref>Machin S, Pekkarinen T. 2008. ''Global Sex Differences in Test Score Variability.'' Science. Vol. 322, issue 5906. PMID 19039123. Pp. 1331–2 [[ Abstract]]</ref><ref>Hedges LV, Nowell A. 1995. ''Sex Differences in Mental Test Scores, Variability, and Numbers of High-Scoring Individuals.'' Science. Volume 269, issue 5220. PMID 7604277. Pp. 41–45 [[ Abstract]]</ref>
mathematical ability and visuospacial ability,<ref>Halpern, Diane F. et all. "2007. ''The Science of Sex Differences in Science and Mathematics." '' Psychological Science in the Public Interest. Volume: 8 issue: 1, page(s): 1-51, Issue published: August 1, 2007. [[ Abstract]]</ref><ref>Lindberg SM,Hyde JS, Petersen JL, Linn MC. "2010. ''New trends in gender and mathematics performance: A meta-analysis." '' Psychological Bulletin, Vol 136(6), Nov 2010, 1123-1135. [[ Abstract]]</ref>and science and reading ability.<ref>Feingold A. 1994. ''Gender differences in variability in intellectual abilities: A cross-cultural perspective.'' Sex Roles. Vol. 30, issue 1–2. Pp. 81–92 [[ Abstract]]</ref>
According to a study by academics Aaron Sell, Aaron W. Lukazsweski and Michael Townsley, zero of 160 women surveyed showed a statistical preference for physically weak men.<ref></ref><ref></ref>


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