In the Starting Line-Up
IMO, Guys are better at having a disagreement and debate and being able to shake hands at the end of the day.
Ask any coach who has coached girls vs boys sports. The girls will hold a grudge against you and not look at you for 3 weeks if you yell at them. Most boys shake it off that same practice.
Huh. That's a unique set of experiences you've had, then. I certainly wouldn't make such a generalization myself.
As far as I can tell, men, women, boys and girls tend to vary similarly. Some are assholes, some are friendly. Some are confrontational, others aren't. Some easily forgive, others hold a grudge.
I can probably count on more than one hand the number of times I've interacted with a woman on an online forum, assuming the whole time she was a man, only to find out otherwise down the line. Can't say I could differentiate or tell any perceivable difference between those interactions when compared to similar exchanges with men.
As a group, women are more sensitive than men. That's not sexist, just a fact.
You'd need to operationally define "sensitive". I would be curious to see that research, though, which presumably does the aforementioned.
In my totally non-scientific opinion, women may be more prone to reacting in ways that are traditionally perceived as "sensitive", but I don't think that necessarily means that at an experiential level they're dealing with any more emotional trauma than men.