Interesting... Thank you for the break down Jerry. While i do think there are some innate, average differences between the genders, like the video suggests, i've long suspected a lot of it is societal indoctrination, culture influence, etc.
I've always been kind of more attracted to "tom boyish" type women, and long have felt rather "feminine" in a lot of ways, though i'm not outwardly effeminate at all and haven't ever had any sexual/lust type attraction to other men. The feminine part is hard to explain in words. I've always related very well to women, often get along better with them then men, and "feel/think" i think sometimes more like a woman than a guy, in touch and aware of my subtle feelings (though i'm rarely strongly emotional in the usual, or outwardly sense), listen well as a trend, more empathic, tend to perceive/process a bit more in more holistic or intuitive ways than just logically and linearly (though that's definitely strongly mixed in), for some examples that are easier to describe/explain.
Gender is an interesting subject from a lot of viewpoints. I have some "weird" consciousness oriented theories about same (big surprise huh? ;) but BPL is no place for those! I'm thought crazy/imbalanced enough as is.
I will just say that i found Bob Monroe's experience of meeting "He/She" as related in his 3rd and last book, "Ultimate Journey" to be very interesting and very true in a lot of respects, though i suspect many here would find it very unbelievable and out there. And i figured out who "He/She" really is. Actually a very well known person from history, still sticking around and helping people out, just as some old writings describe. Just to briefly say, when Bob met this person, he first referred to them as "He/She", because the person felt perfectly balanced and integrated between masculine and feminine, and in Bob's more nonphysical OBE state, he at first couldn't even perceive if it was a man or woman though the person was in physical form.
Since i've had some OBE's as well, i'm open minded to Bob's experiences--that and i know he was a credible, service oriented, and all around pretty good guy who helped a lot of people when he was around--though he was no saint as they say. I've been friends and met people who knew or were friends with him. These all had a lot of respect for him. Though like any charismatic leader/facilitator type, some put him on a pedestal over much, but he was pretty good at being the anti-guru helper--unusually so, which is why i have a lot of respect for him.