Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have found that men's and women's brains are wired differently. The study shows that women's brains are wired to cope with words, memory and multi-tasking, and men's brains are wired directly to their genitals.
Researcher Dr Ruben Gur said: "Our study found women's brains allow them to complete most tasks without much fuss, whereas the male brain will often show the ability to multi-task and listen if there is a promise of sex."
This is not the first time the link has been made, with many men being accused of "thinking with his penis", but this research is the first conclusive prove. But as Dr Gur explains there was one anomaly. "Although there was a link to show the ability to read a map is related to the testosterone-led need to show off, most men still couldn't navigate their way around a woman's body, which is why women can have sex and read a book at the same time."