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Fun Facts About Women


Women are amazing. I can’t say this enough. Women are the backbone of society, they’re innovators, and they’re a force to be reckoned with that is continuing to grow everyday. Let me share some fun facts about women with you and see if you have any titles or descriptions for your blog post.

Gender Equality is for Women

The battle for gender equality is a battle that women will win. Women will only be half of the population, and as they continue to excel in all areas of life, their influence, intelligence, and compassion will increase. This means that women are gradually changing the world, one woman at a time—helping to create a society where the playing field really is level for everyone.

Crime and Punishment

Women commit a disproportionate amount of crimes, and there is evidence that they are less likely to be punished for them. In general, women are less likely to receive a punishment if they are charged with the same crime as a man. Women also get out of prison more quickly than men for the same crime. One study found that female inmates were on average released one year after entering prison, while male inmates were typically released two years later for the same crime.

How to be a successful woman

The world is changing with women now taking on big roles. It’s important that they are prepared to manage the many demands put on them. These demands include an increased workload, higher stress levels, and a need to be available 24/7 via constant communication. Find out how to prepare for these demands and get ahead in your career by reading this blog post.

Fun Facts about Women

Women use 16% more brain cells than men. Women generally have a higher pain threshold than men. Women are better at multitasking and can switch between tasks faster than men. Women usually have better reflexes than men. Women have a greater sense of touch than men. Women can hear far better than men up to 10 times more. Women blink more often than men. Women use a larger area of their brains for speech production, which makes them more articulate than men women make decisions faster on average, but also change their minds more often and are apt to reverse previous decisions at the slightest provocation.

Scientists at the University of Maryland say that women’s brain cells die ~4 years sooner than men’s. The average female brain is smaller than the average male brain, which can account for the difference in intelligence levels and other things. A woman’s brain shrinks faster when she goes through the menopause than a man’s. Women have less white matter in their brains than men, making them inferior to deal with complex situations and analyze problems. Women are more emotional and erratic than men. Girls mature faster both mentally and physically while boys take longer to develop. In general, girls are smarter than boys. It takes a woman 4 years to get over her last relationship while it takes men only 3 weeks. 50% of people who have a heart attack are women. Women blink twice as much as men. Women use twice as many words per day than men. On average, men think about sex 19 times a day, while women think about sex 10 times a day.


One thing I learned from this blog is that women tend to garden more than men. This is interesting because gardening can be seen as a traditionally feminine activity. Women are also more likely to visit the doctor than men, which may contribute to their increased rates of illness.  This makes sense given that women are more likely to experience PMS, which can make them feel more ill. So it seems that while men may be more likely to visit the doctor when they are feeling poorly, there are a number of women who also do so.

Finally, we know that people with higher self-esteem and higher-income rates tend to go to the doctor more often. Perhaps this is because they have easier access to health care, or perhaps it’s because they feel like their health is in better condition. Furthermore, the elderly are also more likely to go to the doctor than young people, perhaps because of age-related health issues.

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