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Why do feminists take issue with the idea that men and women are fundamentally different?

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Biologically speaking, men and women have bred over and over again to acquire a set of traits that best suits both genders.

If men and women were the same; they would have the same traits. If form follows function in evolution, then every one before me will have needed to perform their biological jobs a certain way for me to turn out the way I have....

Men and women do NOT have the same traits, therefore they must be biologically different...

Why is this such a point of tension?
Update: I feel like we are at this point where as far as men are concerned; a woman can do no wrong (or at least we have an extremely high tolerance for her behavior. But as far as women are concerned; men can do no right.
asked Sep 18, 2016 in Social Science by smyadmin
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