Humon's illustrated (and explained) animal mating habits

http://imgur.com/a/jKXOf?gallery

A silly looking, but informative survey of how various critters do it. It 
should be clear from this that there is no inherent gender orientation 
defined by the cosmos, beyond some loose probabilistic association of 
conditions and possible consequences. The Spotted Hyena in particular 
(second to last) is an example of much larger and more aggressive females. 

"The hierarchy is so strong that adult males are even scared of female 
puppies, and for good reason. Adult daughters show kindness towards their 
fathers by being less violent to them than to other males."

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