Interesting and unbelievable facts about women !!

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Humans are full of mysteries, secrets that people have discovered over the years. Some of these are interesting facts that not everyone may be aware of.

  • The closer the mother lives to the equator, the more likely she is to have a daughter, and vice versa.
  • Due to the high estrogen production during puberty, girls’ brains usually mature two years before boys.
  • Women first wore high heels in the 1600s to imitate men. For men, high heels were a sign of masculinity and social status.
  • In India and Nepal, widows were burned at stake after the death of their husbands.
  • The first woman to play golf was Mary Queen of Scots, who went golf a few days after her husband died.
  • The first known female physician in ancient Egypt was around 2700 BC.
  • Research shows that women remember things about the future better because their memory is trained and practiced. After all, woman have a lot of work to do and memorize a lot of information.

  • In 1924, women could only participate in ice skiing.
  • Women have a wonderful sense of smell.
  • From childhood, women are generally more interested in facial expressions, emotional tone of voice, and nonverbal cues than men.
  • In South African materialist society, men wear the hijab, and women do not.
  • Women speak more than men; a recent study shows that women say an average of 13,000 words a day more than men.
  • Two ranks of the highest IQ belong to woman.
  • In ancient Greece, Japan, and Egypt, women used softened papyrus leaves to absorb menstrual bleeding.
  • In the 1770 bill in the British Parliament, a proposal was made that every woman who puts on make-up should be punished for the witchcraft she did.
  • It is estimated that 6 to 10 percent of women prisoners are pregnant, and in the United States, more than 1,400 births occur in prisons each year.
  • Women need more time to fall in love and are slower than men. Only 15% of women fall in love on the first and fourth date, but more than 25% of men fall in love on the fourth date.
  • Nausea and headache during pregnancy are defense mechanisms to protect the fetus from harmful toxins. Through pregnancy, it promotes the healthy growth of the fetus. The unpleasant symptoms of pregnancy are beneficial to the health of mothers and women who give birth. These symptoms make them healthier children, and they are much less likely to have an abortion.
  • In Europe in the 1940s, woman were promoting weight gain products that were beautiful because of their fat content.

  • Although men’s brains are 9 percent larger than women’s, the size of both brain cells is the same. Women’s brain cells are denser.
  • Woman’s cosmetics in ancient Rome were made from various materials such as lead, olive oil, saffron, and gladiator sweat.
  • Marie Anderson is the inventor of wipers. In addition, women have been the inventors of non-reflective glass, disposable diapers, and industrial sheets, among many other innovations.

  • Personal growth, education, travel, and work are important for some woman who prefer not to have children or have only one child. The researchers found that women who gave birth to more children had shorter telomeres. The telomere is the part of the chromosome that is responsible for protecting DNA.
  • Research shows that men and woman in red are considered reckless, and women in red are jealous of other women, and women do not like woman in red to have sex with their husbands because they see them as a threat to their relationship.
  • In the last sixteen years, a woman has climbed Mount Everest only seven times, which means she has lived on Earth more than any other woman.
  • Every 90 seconds in the world, a woman dies from complications of pregnancy or childbirth.
  • In Albania, a group of women called Brunches lives in mountain villages to avoid social restrictions like men. They shave their hair, perform masculine movements and change their name.
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