Science Confirms Scripture: Males and Females are Different!

It may come as a shock to some people in postmodern Western cultures, but males and females are indeed different. Most people have known this for millennia. (This cowboy is glad for the differences. Occasionally sad, but mostly glad.) Unfortunately, there are logic and science deniers who not only enable those who are mentally ill, but make a profit with "gender reassignment" surgeries and such.

Science confirms the Bible: men and women are different.
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God made two sexes (Gen. 1:27, Mark 10:6). That's it. His plan for marriage was one man and one woman to be joined for life. Our sex is determined before birth through genetic and epigenetic activities, chromosomes and stuff that are far too difficult for evolutionists to explain. When we fill out medical forms, the checkbox for your sex is not simply a matter of statistics, but for medical purposes; men and women react to medications differently, for example. Sleep cycles, motor skills, and other differences are clearly evidence, despite what those who claim that males and females have no appreciable differences. Once again, science has shown that God is right. Now if we can get people to stop tampering with his design...
The issue of gender is a frequent news topic. What is the Christian’s position on this issue, and what does science document? Echoing Genesis 1:27 and 2:24, Jesus said, “From the beginning of the creation, God ‘made them male and female.’ ‘For this reason a man joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh.’” 
From this and other passages, the Christian church has always taught the gender complementarity concept—that God designed men and women for different corresponding social roles. This is also revealed in both the physical and psychological sexuality-compatible roles of males and females.
To read the rest of this short, not-overly-complicated, but very interesting article, click on "Male-Female Differences Supported by Scripture and Science".