family, and a sex partner to have sex. It illustrates wellthe stress our modern civilization has put on marriage isso much that it is about to tear it into pieces.The first two levels, psychological and social levels aresubjected to cultural and social influence, like treesbending over wind and attracting sunlight. But the roots,the biological level, though covered by earth, is the basisthe first two levels are built on.We receive equal amount of genetic material from our bothparents, which warrants the roughly equal numbers of menand women in our society. But a man can produce much morechildren than a woman. From a biological view, men areabundant and subjected to the selection by women inprimitive society to ensure human evolution. Our societyhas most developed and civilized but we still see its tracein our behaviour today.In today’s patriarchal society, men still dominated in manyareas. But when it comes to the nuptial ceremony, thewoman, not the man, is the central figure. Most people areright-handed, and the right was considered to superior tothe left in Chinese culture. On occasions such as wedding,funeral, and other family rituals, Chinese women alwaystake the right side seats. I heard that ancient Greek hadthe same tradition: women on the right and men on the left.Those traditions are inherited from thousands of years agowhen all people were equal.Infant girls remember human faces better than infant boys.If you let girls and boys of three to five years old to sitin a room for five minutes, and ask them what they haveseen in the room. The girls describe the people in the roomand boys describe the environment, the furniture, thewalls, and the ceiling, and so on. Up to today, our ritualof marriage still remains that men propose to a woman whoselects and makes the final decision.Does a woman see all the men the same or she divides theminto different ranks? In a primitive society, a womandivided men into different ranks and then exercised herselection. As a result, in a primitive society, men at lowranks were to be wasted because no women would choose them.A recent study by some British scientists indicates that wecan still see some evidence to suggest what happenedmillions of years ago.