by Jason Jem
Abstract
After intercourse, have you ever been surprised,
by your (hetereosexual*) partner's comments that were
incongruent, divergent, and cognitively dissonent
with your cognition?

Is the brain anatomically different between males and females?

Do these differences create miscommunication, friction, and conflict?

Are we truly a common species
ironically
separated by a common language
and incompatible cognition?
(apologies to G.B. Shaw)


*The author of this ersatz study disclaims any discrimination based on sexual preferences.

We studied hetereosexual partners, because by definition,
homosexual partners will not show any gender variance.

However, homosexual partners may be the ideal control subject group,
fully supporting the null hypothesis.

The University of California is released from any liability or hurt feelings by this ficticious study!