Battle of Sexes Wages on

by Kate Andrews, the Daily Progress, August 3, 2004

Excerpt from the review:

High testosterone levels in some women make them less inclined to be mothers and cause men to become “bored” with their children after extended periods, a University of Virginia politics professor says in his new book. 

Steven Rhoads’ “Taking Sex Differences Seriously” argues that biology more than society influences the differences between men and women. The effect of testosterone on child care is only one of the book’s provocative statements. 

Title IX, the groundbreaking gender equity statute, harms men’s marriage ability by cutting the number of sports opportunities available to them, activities that lessen male aggression, Rhoads says. Men feel they will lose freedom in marriage, and women should consult “The Rules” for advice on training men.

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