>>11128297>penn state connectome study
The thing about that study is only a small percentage of the sample featured noticeable differences; the vast majority had average levels of connectivity either way.
See pic, graphs of interest outlined in red. Compare that to, for example, graph (a) to see what significant gender differences actually look like.
Source http://amygdala.psychdept.arizona.edu/labspace/JclubLabMeetings/Blaine-Maney%202016.pdf>>11128580>just the birds eye view
They compared neural maturity within those regions. And as illustrated above, connectome isn't very useful for distinguishing male from female either.>>11128596>the last time a feminist researcher attempted this
That study has nothing to do with any of this.