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For as long as there is a Venus and a Mars, gender will be specific. Despite the endless drudgery of political correctness men and women are different, and do things in a different way. Who would have thought that gruesome and intricate murder plots seem to favour the female pen, or that so many tender love stories are written by men? Escapist thrillers still remain the preserve of men and tales of adultery in the workplace more often that not are written by women.
Men and women think differently and will react differently to a given situation. Does that mean you can spot the difference in the way they write and does gender invariably mean that men and women are better at specific subjects and themes?
What do you think?
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