are more discreet, mental differences than the eye-popping physical differences.Almost everyone opine that men and women are equal inevery way (whoever doesn’t is stared at by others as if he is a
); yet most of them doubt what they say. It is the biggest open secret that the similarities in men and women areas rare as a refrigerator in an igloo. A man who has nodifference with a woman is probably gay, and a woman who ismuch like a man is almost undoubtedly lesbian. So, theidealistic view that men and women are equal is a popular myth that everyone says, but does not believe.This book does not try to find out and declare which sex is thesmarter or better of the two; because I don’t want feminists or radical-men-groups campaigning against me outside my houseas I being ‘sexist’. Speaking more seriously, it is trulynot possible to label any sex as ‘better’ or ‘smarter’; rather,what I will do in this book is, point out the differencesthat exist between men and women, analyze why they do, andtry finding a solution in many cases for better handlingthe problemsarising out of these differences.