the little wombs can act manly, they can play sports and lift weights...but until more dainty females get "traumatic brain-injuries," they're not tough.
The peak age for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is between 15 and 24 years. The reason for this is that men are more likely to engage in activities that make them more vulnerable. It is estimated that between 50%-70% of TBIs are the result of road traffic accidents, cars crashes, motor bikes, push bikes. Motor vehicle insurers know that men are more likely to make a claim than women as a result of accidents, hence premiums are often higher for men under the age of 30 or sometimes 40+.
Young men are also more likely to get into fights involving weapons and fire arms, often after drinking too much alcohol. Men are also more likely to engage in high risk or contact sports such as karate, football, hockey, etc.
The last of the main contributors to head injury in men involves work. Men are far more likely to be employed in occupations that carry some form of industrial risk and that often involve heavy equipment or manual labor. The likelihood of accidents increase where proper safety precautions are not followed, or when for any number of reasons such as illness or fatigue, men lose concentration.
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