In the past, researchers excluded women from many studies and applied information based only on male participants to the experience of both men and women. Researchers did not design research to specifically investigate the differences between males and females because many people did not believe such differences existed. We now know many differences do exist and play a major role in the biological and physiological experiences of women and men.

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