Superior gender


Q.7. How are male and female superior to each other? Which gender is overall superior to the other one? Is male carrier of hereditary traits?

Ans. Man is superior to woman physically and intellectually while woman is superior to man physiologically and emotionally. The difference in the brain structure makes a man superior in visual, spatial and motor abilities. Man is physically superior to frigidity in woman. Man is on an average twenty percent more than woman of corresponding genes in weight and size while ten percent more than woman of corresponding genes in height. The woman is physiologically superior to man with greater longevity of life and less chances of developing constitutional diseases than man. Psychologically, man is slightly more intelligent with better intellectual, logical and reasoning capabilities while woman is superior to man in fine artistic talents, imagination, sincerity and emotional love. Both man and woman are superior in heir own fields and their superiority is complementary to each other primarily aimed in the total fulfillment of all aspects of sexuality.

Because of physical domination and direct economic power, man tends to show himself to be superior to woman. The capability of woman becoming pregnant has made her to be at the receiving end. However a slight twist in orientation of the society can make the woman superior to man which is by acknowledging her power to bear children. The woman has special power of directly producing the progeny, breast feeding the infant and emotional rearing of child which needs to be appreciated by the human sex  society and all other affairs of life should revolve around it. In general the some what natural superiority of man and relative inferiority of woman should be accepted which can be compensated by providing more social privileges to the woman.

The male is a carrier of hereditary traits to a certain extent. A fact to understand is that the some fixed genes pass entirely through the male offspring’s of innumerable generation from father to son to grandson and so on. From the male point of view, his Y chromosome directly passes from one generation to the next for innumerable generations entirely through male members to male member only. The Y gene passes from father to son to grandson to great grandson to great great grandson and so on. The Y chromosome is carried through the male progeny for hundreds of generation. It is not so with the X chromosome of the mother passing to her son and daughter as well as with the X chromosome of the father passing to his daughter. The particular X gene of the father or mother may stop from being transmitted after a few generation. On the other hand they gene is sure to pass from father to son directly for infinite generations. So it is not wrong to believe that the son is the carrier of the family traits of the paternal family . This direct link is not seen in the maternal family from mother to daughter or son. However, there is dilution of the genes of Y chromosomes generation after generation because of crossing over of the genetic material of the sperm and ovum at the beginning of fertilization. The material effect penetrates the Y chromosome generation after generation making it lose its purity. Mutation may take place in several of the nearly 100,000 genes present in the D.N.A. of a chromosome. So the Y chromosome drastically change after several generation but still it surely carries the genes in fairly the original form for some generations. Still, for most parents the direct factor of passing of equal share of genes to both son and daughter is important rather than long term genetic consideration and the preference for a son for majority of parents is because of biosocial consideration.