Actually, your second point isn’t sexist, it’s just false. In fact, men have a significantly higher pain tolerance than women. I think the common belief that women have a higher pain tolerance is because they go through child birth, but the pain tolerance of women during childbirth is directly linked to the release of endorphins throughout the pregnancy, peaking during childbirth.

So, the reason women can tolerate childbirth is due to endorphin release, not high pain tolerance. At all other times, non pregnant women have a lower pain tolerance than men (on average).

http://www.unethical-studies.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/2010-06-29-Woodrow-548.pdf

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2526322

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6266704

Gilthanass – NOW DEBATE IT!!!!

“I don’t know why others choose to do it for less. We absolutely could do it for less – we choose not to,” Wade Oosterman, president of Bell Mobility, said in response to questioning from CRTC chair Jean-Pierre Blais, who asked if it would prevent customers from leaving the carrier, a concern raised by the Competition Bureau last week.

Wade Ooseterman – President of Bell Mobility