Originally Posted by BickDutt
It's just that girls are wired to create stuff differently than men: they can bear children. So they make the trivialities of life such as violence and art take a step back in their priorities.
That said, I believe they have higher potential. I've yet to hear a modern male drummer play with as much finesse, dynamic flair and rudimental control as Terry-Lynne Carrington.
As much as I agree with your position about genetic predisposition speculation, I'd disagree that we can lump women together that art takes a step back. I've met examples of the contrary (perhaps I haven't met men that take art more seriously, though). Women can be just as passionate about their art (whatever that may be).