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Owen, I think you know very well that, after having been reverted, you should not immediately make the same edit again, per WP:BRD. I understand why you think the passage discussing LeVay's criticism of Greer's book needs to be rewritten, but the wording you introduced ("Neuroscientist Simon LeVay has disputed Greer's claim that there are no differences between the brains of men and women with citations to subsequent scientific research") is confusing and reads poorly. I suggest that something like, "Neuroscientist Simon LeVay has argued that subsequent scientific research contradicts Greer's claim that there are no differences between the brains of men and women", would be better. FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 21:08, 30 January 2015 (UTC)
I think that change is fine, and I've worked it into the article. Owen (talk) 00:34, 31 January 2015 (UTC)