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Saturday, October 15, 2011

Cabot Square



When you see these characters in Cabot Square in Docklands, ask yourself how you know without thinking that one is male the other female.

posted by Ham at 01:35 -- Comments here: 2

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Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:44) : 

Sexual dimorphism. Men are, on average, taller and heavier, with broader shoulders and chest, wider waist but narrower hips, more prominent brow and heavier jaw and chin. There is a range for both sexes with a substantial overlap, of couse.

The figure on the left is clearly taller and heavier, with broader shoulders. There appear to be differences in the drapes, but they are difficult to make out, although the one on the right appears to have more developed breasts. I'm sure the square/triangle makes a difference too.

 

Blogger Mary deB said ... (15:40) : 

Position of legs, slope of shoulders, size, but surely head shape first of all! Weird!

 

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