The notion that there really are differences between the sexes worth taking into account for reasons other than their more effective eradication seems to be creeping back into respectable discourse. The most recent example: a USA Today article confirming what I think most American men remember from childhood, the bias against boys in female-dominated elementary schools. The particular topic of the article is the much higher rate at which boys are identified as problem readers, a tendency apparently induced by greater feminine ease dealing with girls rather than a higher incidence among boys of actual reading problems.
The sexes are different, and often do better in different settings. Wouldn’t more extensive use of same-sex schools be a helpful step forward?