Updated: May 12, 2020
From emotional receptivity to fibroids there has been a long debate between phenotype and genotype. Phenotype of course being the characteristics activated by the genotype, the activated genes in our DNA. Leaving us to believe that our individuality is proven chemically.
The never ending battle of the sexes proposes that the hormonal influences of estrogen vs. testosterone in our brain give men and women different genetic ability that determines our path in development.
For example, the University of Chicago performed a study that showed due to testosterone levels women are more risk adverse financial than men.
Researchers have found that 18 and 24 month old girls have a stronger vocabulary than boys due to lack of testosterone.
A study originally developed to analyze the spectrum of autism diagnoses was adapted into testing for empathetic ability. Men tested lower.
While the never ending need to achieve duality between the masculine and the feminine continues, these pattern of the way these hormones communicate in our bodies activate dormant genes as we age.
However, before understanding sex and exposure to our environment we must also analyze the inheritance of our genes as well.
These epigenetic eulogies comes from genes being methylated by chemical behaviors.
Parabens found in hair products marketed to black women have not only been notorious for developing but also reactivating the genetic behavioral patterns that occur when developing fibroids.
Mental health receptivity from genomes also becomes present when PTSD occurs. How an emotional or mental habit is formed while either make the chemical reactions developed by ancestors in slavery or domestic abuse more dominant genes or it will develop new genes to be developed for the next generation. Similar results are seen in studies that analyzed the genetics of health based from seeing how diet and physical activity is varied from generation to generation.
Other healthy internationalization might even include the emphatic abilities like the ability to understand that "financially risk adverse women" like to know the measures of the possible benefits that generate generational wealth and community and how that that's just as capitalistic as the testosterone that can drive men to risk investment while lacking estrogen. The hormonal ability could be culture changing from neurological standpoint, not just the wrongfully neglected feminism is for everybody ideal that risk adverse bias neglects.
While our individuality is unique, it is imperative to acknowledge that we are given and create tools and consequences for our decisions from sex to our ancestors. The legacy we made provides the power of epigenetic eulogies. #femmecerebral