2. Girls are more organised, more likely to follow instructions, more efficient, can concentrate on a task for long and multi-tasking than boys. That said boys* make much better dens and are better at jumping in puddles so I reckon that balances out. Gareth
* Based on the exhaustive and definitive sample group of me vs my sisters as children.
3. My instinct is to say that I menstruate like a girl. I also have a mature sense of humour like a girl, and I'm sarcastic like a girl. Can't we just stop making achievements or activities gender-specific? Because everything we do, we do like humans. F1Kate
4. This is probably the hardest Friday 5 theme I've been given, I am struggling to come up what doing something like a girl does mean. I get quite worked up over anything that people try to make specific to a gender, like man flu. I've been guilty of using the term 'like a girl' to be self-deprecating in my late teens. By my early 20s I was trying to encourage my friends to say 'you're the person' rather than 'you're the man' because I thought it would be funny but it never caught on. Because I publicised it like a girl perhaps. Squeamish Kate
5. I pack up museum objects like a girl. I open giant exhibition cases, lying on floors, climbing up ladders and I then as carefully as possible move things such as fragile flags or huge heavy weapons and pack them into carefully prepared boxes to be moved and stored. Squeamish Nicola