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  • The Weaker Sex - Wikipedia

    The Weaker Sex is a 1948 British drama film directed by Roy Ward Baker. It was one of the most popular movies at the British box office in 1948.

  • The weaker sex - Social change -

    AT FIRST glance the patriarchy appears to be thriving. More than 90% of presidents and prime ministers are male, as are nearly all big corporate bosses. Men dominate ...

  • Are Men the Weaker Sex? - Scientific American

    Are Men the Weaker Sex? Contrary to cultural assumptions that boys are stronger and sturdier, basic biological weaknesses are built into the male of our species.

  • Why men are truly the weaker sex | Daily Mail Online

    From longevity and surviving illness to coping with trauma and managing pain, we investigate the surprising ways in which women really are the stronger sex...

  • Weaker sex | Define Weaker sex at

    Weaker sex definition, the female sex; women (usually used facetiously): my life as a member of the weaker sex. See more.

  • The Weaker Sex - The Atlantic

    How the new gender economics has more and more professional-class women looking at their mates and thinking: How long until I vote you off the island?

  • "Sliders" The Weaker Sex (TV Episode 1995) - IMDb

    Directed by Vern Gillum. With Jerry O'Connell, Sabrina Lloyd, Cleavant Derricks, John Rhys-Davies. In a world where women dominate authority and traditional gender ...

  • Are women really the weaker sex? The intriguing medical ...

    Which is the weaker sex? It's a long-running argument - men point to women's weaker physical strength, while women are likely to mutter about 'man' flu. But who is ...

  • The weaker sex - Gender, education and work

    Gender, education and work The weaker sex. Boys are being outclassed by girls at both school and university, and the gap is widening

  • weaker sex - Wiktionary

    English Proper noun . the weaker sex. Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see weaker,‎ sex. (now offensive) Women; the female gender.

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