Women and Spatial Skills:- The wife and her man are going on a bike or car. The destination is around a few km away. The wife suggests a road taking off the main road, by which they are going, as the short-cut to the destination. The husband gets angry, wondering, “how can you suggest this road as the short-cut to our destination. It will take you to a different direction !”. The wife says, “I think, this landmark, ‘Mcdowel’ , I saw last time, in that short cut road, that is why I suggested”. The man goes on, “That is another ‘Mcdowel’, not this one, every big street has a Mcdowel outlet. If you can not imagine the roads map in your mind, why can you keep quiet ? ” The wife thinks, she is a loser, because, she is not able to imagine a map of the roads, despite her best efforts. Is it true, that women are poor in the act of imagining roads’ lay-out in the imaginary plane of the mind, as it is a ‘spatial skill’ ? As 'spatial skill' is a testosterone driven function (one of the functions of testosterone unrelated to sex), do men (due to their high testosterone) have an upper hand, than women, in ‘spatial skills’ ? Is it also true, women are poor in reverse parking of cars for this reason ? If women are poor in ‘spatial skills’, then, how cum there are so many lady car drivers on the road………& lady commercial pilots and there are so many lady fighter aircrafts’ pilots ? Has there been any conflicts in your life, as a result of your inability to imagine a lay-out or map of streets of a location, you visited in the past ? Try to recollect...........Let us have a debate on it and analyse the truth behind 'women and spatial skills'.....and how this important gender difference can lead to sometimes very bitter conflicts !