A painting by the artist James Foort called: Woman


Women and men are different. The key to peace between them is worth understanding. Some men pass me on the sidewalk with the view that the mission lies ahead. Women pause to talk — the socializing impulse so strong. Even some, subdued by circumstances cannot go all the way with their men. The subliminal knowledge in each gender knows there is the difference, not necessarily knowing what it is beyond what is obvious. I feel drawn to women, trying to understand against the mystery inherent there. Naturally, the draw women have on men is explicitly seen in advertising. Attempts to tone it down when directed to women is subtly muted. There is little to expose beyond the fact of attraction. There are gradations of sexual organs crossing the lines between individuals. Laboratory specimens in the psychology department teaching premedical students at the University of Toronto, show genital differences of preserved specimens of genitalia ranging from pure female to pure male filled in by physical gradations.

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Works and writing by James Foort