According to Steve Davis, the reason males are better at Snooker (and perhaps he is suggesting why men are better at almost all sports) is because they simply enjoy 'wasting their time' at 'silly games'. Well, thanks for that Professor, but I have a better theory, which is backed up by common sense, unclouded by PC drivel, and agrees with everything we know about animal evolution.
And here it is:
Men are better than women on average at a great number of things, including things that are not physical in nature. Apologists will often shrug off arguments as to why men are better runners, better swimmers, better tennis players, by simply mentioning the physical aspects of these games. But when it comes to darts, snooker, chess... they are at a loss. Because their ideal clap-trap "everyone and everything is equal" world falls down around them.
The reason men are better than women on average at non physical games, as well as physical games, is that they evolved to be the hunter-gatherer. It makes sense that the main bread winner has an advantage if he can outwit, and out-perform his opponent. It is a scientific fact that men have better spacial awareness, better IQ (on average), and better hand-eye coordination than women. This is because those qualities aided in acquiring food. Nature doesn't get beaten down by accusations of sexism. It simply IS the way it IS.
Women, on the other hand, were designed to be the child-bearers. This is why they are generally better at communicating, socializing, and have more empathy. This is the fundamental reason why males are more prone to the most heinous of crimes.
We are DIFFERENT. There is NO SHAME in being different. Equal opportunities- YES, pretending we are all born exactly the SAME- NO. The only shame is in the BBC socialist propaganda that strips the truth out of everything, hurls names at things it won't discuss rationally, and tries to con the masses that the elephant in the room is just decoration.
As the wise Richard Feynman observed: Nature cannot be fooled.
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