In the 21st century, everything we know is stored in computers as binary digits, or bits, which can exist in only one of two possible states—variously designated as plus or minus, one or zero, yes or no, on or off, etc. When we apply modern information theory to the age-old question of how men and women differ, we quickly see that a man’s brain can be easily digitized into its lowest possible 2-bit states: sex or no-sex. Women, on the other hand, are a yottabyte more complicated—as these battling male and female binary sex brain designs so clearly illustrate.
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