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#48 - anonymous (03/27/2015) [-]
Generally you can tell things like that by looking at a person. A fit woman could be a heavy equipment mechanic, like a fit man. An unfit person of either would fail. A regular woman would fail and a regular man would still likely fail. The "women are physically weaker than men" argument matters the most in terms of top possible strength and the time required to gain that strength, but for a mechanic, being fit would be enough. It's not something that truly needs to be asked, but something that can be flat out seen on either gender. Unless the person has a body type that hides fitness well (most women still visibly show fitness, though it's less pronounced due to fat layers), you shouldn't need to ask.
#31 - thirdjess (03/27/2015) [-]
No. For the most part women are not physically weaker than me. Men have potential for greater strength than women, but some women lift weights and some men do not. My mother, for example, has stronger arms than my father. I have stronger legs than my brother. My brother has stronger arms than me and there is a woman he works with (in construction) that can lift twice the weight he can.
#52 - timmywankenobi (03/27/2015) [-]
most men (about 90%) on the planet have 40% more muscle mass then women. only 0.02% of women are strong as the average man. This is a scientific fact (just like the average woman has larger breasts then the average man) that has been proven conclusively as Humans are a sexually dimorphic species. That said through intense training a woman can become stronger then the average man but given the same training the average man will surpass her by a wide margin , again this is a proven fact and is mostly due to men's much higher testosterone levels .
Educate yourself before you wreck yourself.
PS. Anecdotes are not scientific evidence.
#61 - thirdjess (03/27/2015) [-]
But this is all besides the point. The point is, when a woman applies to jobs, she gets 'haha alright what model of car does this spark plug come from, sweet cheeks?' and when a men replies to female dominant jobs he doesn't get 'oh you wouldn't know how to care for the sick, get out of here'
#64 - timmywankenobi (03/27/2015) [-]
well many jobs like fire fighter require you to lift 60kg in order to use the fire hose. navy seals require lifting 80 kg of gear minimum. The army requires 3 chin ups which only 25% of women have been able to do. My point is there are a number of jobs that men are far better suited for and women find near impossible to do because of their physiology.
#66 - thirdjess (03/27/2015) [-]
Jesus christ 80kg that's nearly two of me. The average man according to google can only do one chin up, so at least 50% of men can't apply to the army. It's probably about the same I imagine considering women are a lot lighter on average so we'd have to lift less.
As for the bone thing, it totally doesn't mean that either. It actually means our bones are slightly more flexible, no more and no less. I have no idea how you extrapolated physical exaustion from bone density.
#60 - thirdjess (03/27/2015) [-]
Ok so I know on average women have 20 kilos of muscle and men have 38, or there abouts. I also know that on average male muscle is 5% stronger than female muscle per kilo. I also know that the average man can bench press a little under the average weight of a man, for 80kgs.
Now, I know that men have a potential for greater strength than women but assuming these figures mean muscle mass can lift 2.1 times it's weight per kilo in men and a flat 2 in women, which means the average woman can lift 40kgs.
40kgs. With the exception of a mover or a brick layer, there's not a lot of jobs that wouldn't work in.