More Research on Gender Vision Finds That Men See in Shades of Car and Women See in Shades of Bird

Yet more research about how men and women see the world in different shades of gender conditioning suggest that men are better at identifying cars and women are better at identifying creatures in the natural world, like birds, because every man is an oil-splattered monkey wrench and every woman is a fairy princess… »9/17/12 11:55pm9/17/12 11:55pm


Women Need Bifocals Sooner Than Men Probably Because of Limb Length

A new scientific study about eyes and the adorning thereof has suggested that aging women require bifocals sooner than aging men because women have shorter arms and therefore are forced to hold everything they read right up to their beleaguered retinas. Reading at too intimate a distance, as it just so very well… »8/23/12 9:15pm8/23/12 9:15pm