Why were Males created to have more strength than Females?

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  • 6 months ago

    Two answers. One if your believe in god and creation female was taken from male.

    If you believe in darwins evolution look at the animal community females are the weaker. Females evolved from males or maybe males evolved from females.

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  • roger
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    6 months ago

    Females have to save their strength to bear babies and raise them.

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  • Kenny
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    6 months ago

    Survival of the fittest. Or whatever it takes to get to breed.

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  • 6 months ago

    Idk but it just feels hott in the bedroom if he’s strong

    And has biceps lol

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  • Nobody is created to have more or less strength. But a massive combination of testosterone and growth hormones while a person is undergoing puberty will do wonders for bone density and muscle growth. It would be horribly unethical to do, but with enough test groups, you could practice hormone therapy on a lot of different children and in general the kids who have more testosterone and growth hormones while they're developing will develop the traditionally masculine characteristics of larger muscles, thicker/denser bones, etc... while the kids who grow up with estrogen therapy will have less muscle growth.

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  • 6 months ago

    To rule the world -.-

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  • Mier
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    6 months ago

    That's the way the most high made it. More strength also statistically proven higher IQ/more brain volume.

    It's not really sexist or anything like that its just how it is. Women have thier purpose on earth to that men also cannot do.

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  • 6 months ago

    Because the guy usually does all the work except for the reverse cowgirl position.

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    Define strength

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