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Before we get started, a caution: It's easy to misunderstand claims about sex differences. The screenshot below explains what scientists mean — and don't mean — when they say that, on average, men are more X than women or vice versa — see page of The ape that kicked the hornet's nest for more on the subject. With that in mind, let's look at some well-established sex differences. First, on average, men are more interested than women in casual sex and sexual variety which isn't to say "Men are promiscuous, women monogamous"; see Keeping it Casual on Quillette. On average, men place more weight than women on a long-term mate's looks although notice that looks are pretty important to both sexes , whereas women place more weight than men on a mate's wealth and status see Evolutionary Psychology: The New Science of The Mind, page On average, men engage in more direct aggression than women and are also more often victims of aggression.