Guest: Why There Are Fewer Men Than Women In The World

From: Greg Kottis

Received this in an Email, I had to share…

Why there are more women than men.

Why there are more women than men.

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About On the North River

Forty years toiled in the Tel-com industry, married for 36 years widowed at sixty-one. Tea Party supporter. Do like to kayak, cook, take photos, bike, watch old movies and read. 66 years old and have a new girlfriend!
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3 Responses to Guest: Why There Are Fewer Men Than Women In The World

  1. Caroline K. says:

    There aren’t fewer men than women. Globally the ratio of men to women is approximately 101:100, and the ratio is more balanced today because there is less gendercide in the world. Genetically, and naturally occurring, the ratio of men to women would be 15:26, but there is still gendercide going on.

    • Gendercide is such an ugly word. My niece is from China ( the ONLY Chinese import I approve of) from the time when China was disposing of their female children in wholesale lots. Today she is an Irish Step Dancer, rated 6th in the world at the last World’s. What can you say about such profligate practices?
      A widower, I wish there were more women (near my age) available. Because I like women. After four years I really miss the company of a woman.

      As long as she’s not an Democrat.

  2. Arthur D Ross says:

    This is true: Scientists report that the “Y” chromosome is beginning to disappear. That means that either men will disappear, or that “men” will be very different. Think “Bruce Jenner.”

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