Slugs 0, Spice 2

Think what you will; it’s hard to dislike an article that includes a chart with the title “Slugs and snails v sugar and spice”. Really. The article in the Economist looks at studies examining the differences between boys and girls, men and women, monkeys and monkeyettes. Some interesting, marginally inconclusive findings, all encompassed (mostly) by the subtitle: “Men and women think differently. But not that differently.”

(Economist: “The mismeasure of women.” [Aug 3, 2006].)