15 Ways Women Are Tougher, Luckier, and Smarter Than Men
We're not saying we're better—or even stronger—than our male counterparts, but we do have certain advantages.
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We're Better at Recognizing a Pickup Line
In a 2008 study of heterosexual college students, guys who were shown images of platonic and sexually interested women had a harder time distinguishing between friendly and frisky cues. Men were slightly more likely than women to misidentify the friendly images as sexually interested. While women did mistake about a third of the sexually interested images for folks just being friendly, men did even worse, leading the researchers to deem them as the "perceptually insensitive" sex (feel free to use that line on a clueless date).
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