The hottest Gender differences Substack posts right now

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Igor’s Newsletter β€’ 7409 implied HN points β€’ 27 Jan 24
  1. Male infants and male rat pups show disproportionate effects from mRNA COVID vaccines given to pregnant mothers.
  2. Studies demonstrate a mysterious sex difference arising from COVID vaccine exposure during pregnancy.
  3. Boys born to vaccinated mothers have more negative outcomes compared to girls, especially when the vaccination occurs in the first trimester.
After Babel β€’ 3310 implied HN points β€’ 06 Dec 23
  1. Boys have been increasingly withdrawn from the real world into the virtual world since the 1970s.
  2. Boys are experiencing a mental health crisis driven by factors different from girls, including retreat from real-world pursuits.
  3. The rise of technology and entertainment has played a significant role in pulling boys away from real-world activities and into the virtual world.
Knowingless β€’ 810 implied HN points β€’ 29 Jan 24
  1. In the realm of sex, men often overestimate what women want, leading to potential misunderstandings in sexual encounters.
  2. Men may exaggerate women's desires based on their own observations and experiences, creating a gap in understanding.
  3. Understanding the differences in sexual preferences between genders can help in bridging the gap and improving communication in intimate relationships.
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Your Local Epidemiologist β€’ 1523 implied HN points β€’ 27 Jun 23
  1. Harassment against scientists, including stalking, bullying, and threats, has become a common and serious issue online and offline.
  2. Many scientists, both male and female, have reported experiencing harassment, threats, and emotional stress, particularly women in the field.
  3. The high levels of harassment and threats have led to many scientists withdrawing from social media and public engagement, creating a gap in scientific communication and community trust.
UX Psychology β€’ 39 implied HN points β€’ 18 Oct 21
  1. Using a camera during virtual meetings can be fatiguing, especially for women and newcomers.
  2. Zoom fatigue can be caused by excessive close-up eye gaze, cognitive load from deliberate nonverbal cues, self-evaluation from staring at oneself, and limited physical mobility.
  3. Allowing people to turn their cameras off in virtual meetings can help fight Zoom fatigue, particularly benefiting women and new employees by reducing the pressure to manage appearances.
PeopleStorming β€’ 0 implied HN points β€’ 21 Mar 19
  1. Impostor syndrome affects around 70% of people at least once in their lifetime, creating feelings of inadequacy and fear of being exposed as a fraud.
  2. It can impact both men and women in various situations, such as new environments, high-pressure situations, or ambiguous praise.
  3. Combat impostor syndrome by identifying cognitive distortions, seeking feedback, setting clear expectations, and encouraging open communication within teams.