Playing To Type

Stereotyping can certainly be offensive - women can't drive, men are pigs - but it can also be useful. Generalizations can help in the process of learning to understand other cultures (or, in this case, genders).

And, well, something becomes a stereotype because there's a little nugget of truth in there. So at the risk of offending both men and women, we thought we'd ask: What common gender stereotype about you is actually true?

He Says:

Stock photo for article.We do think about sex most of the time. Sex with you, sex with the girl on television, sex with you and the girl on television. I think that whole "average man thinks about sex every seven seconds" is overstating it a bit. But according to the Kinsey Institute - and my own informal studies - the majority of guys are thinking about sex everyday or several times a day. (That's compared to only 19 percent of women, by the way.)

She Says:

Stock photo for article.I hate to admit it, but we really do want you to be mindreaders. Okay, not exactly, but we would like you to notice the signs, anticipate some things, you know? If we seem mad, we probably are, and we want you to know why and then apologize. If we're in the mood, we want you to pick up on our subtle flirting and take us upstairs and ravish us. If the dishes need to be washed, we want you to not only notice, but pick up the sponge and detergent. Is that so much to ask?

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