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I am the head leader of the Young Women's Association and I am writing to you to express my views on which sex, male or female, is the strongest sex. As a young woman I feel it is my role to try and justify why I think women are stronger than men.

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54 Ivory rd Hackney HA34 9yt 5/9/2007 10 Downing street Westminster London LO4 3LS Dear Mr Blair, I am the head leader of the Young Women's Association and I am writing to you to express my views on which sex, male or female, is the strongest sex. As a young woman I feel it is my role to try and justify why I think women are stronger than men. ...read more.

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Studies show that women have a wider arc of vision therefore are safer . In 1997 a shocking 4,132 child pedestrians were either killed or injured in road accidents. 2,640 of these were boys and only 1,492 were girls. This clearly shows that boys are more in danger and do not take enough care on roads. However the male brain is slightly larger than a female's brain but research has shown that the brain might be smaller but it has no significance as women are smarter. ...read more.

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From all these facts it is easy to see that women are much more civilised than men. We have been proved to be smarter and safer. Maybe women are not the strongest physically but we make up for it mentally. Women have potential succeed above men and dominate the world. I hope you take my point into consideration and start treating women equal and giving them equal job opportunities as men. Sincerely, Miss E. Brown Signature ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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