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Judge Rules That Women Really ARE Worse Drivers Than Men

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A judge in Spain has officially ruled that men are better drivers than women.  There was a discrimination case where a company was offering driving lessons to men for $900, but the price for women is $1,170.

The company said they were charging that extra premium to women because female students needed an average of FIVE more classes than male students before they were ready to get a driver’s license.

The company was fined $5,500 for sex discrimination, so they took it to court.  And, the fine was overturned because the judge said there’s statistical proof that men really are better drivers than women.  (The Local / Gawker)

I would like to officially say, “NO COMMENT!”  What are your thoughts, though?

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