Tuesday, January 05, 2016

What is the Meaning & Definition of male


Male is the name they receive and that identifies individuals who hold and are possessors of the male gender. Although many tend to use the Word as a synonym for male man, in fact, the male is that best describes this genre and which should be used to distinguish it from the female. This peculiar situation and clarification to that in recent years, the term man has been used indiscriminately to refer to male or female, i.e., many use it to refer to the human race, regardless of the genre to which they belong or where the male in question has reached the adult age. The term male does not make distinctions of ages, male called the child, adolescent or adult who has the male as genre.
Biologically male is that in situation of reproduction will assume the role of donor of the sex cell (sperm) that will be that once you find and fertilizing the woman's egg will give origin to the offspring and that carry genetic information. On the other hand, the hormone of testosterone in the male found in high amounts and that is almost typical of male gender, since the woman is but very sparingly, enables the development of your muscles without much effort. Unlike the female, the male sexual organs are externally.
Among the sexual characteristics of the men who make them more attractive and desirable to the opposite sex and in a certain sense also speak of his masculinity, are the following: strong and serious voice, a stature usually superior to which women, hair in face, bear form triangular torso, broad chest and a narrow pelvis greater body mass with respect to women, thick, dark skin, tendency to baldness and lack of subcutaneous fat.
And the most traditional among the stereotypes that often the host male or males, say that the male tends to be more aggressive, energetic, strong, competitive and rational than women.
Of course and more with the information that exists today at our disposal, all of these features, only, does not serve to distinguish sex of the other, i.e., by the mere fact of having these does not mean the person to feel male or act as one. Many different sexual such as transvestism, transsexualism or homosexuality election cases demonstrate that these are not sufficient. Other issues such as the psychology of the individual, the environment and experiences among others are that contribute to determining the identity or sex of people preference.
But what I will say is not a biological law much less, but is product of observation and studies experts, believed that males have a life expectancy less than the women's, about 7 years in favor of them and that the color blindness, Alzheimer's and autism are diseases lurking over them.
Article contributed by the team of collaborators.

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