This topic asks you to write any differences that you think are true about men's reading of topics compared to women's reading of topics. One example of a possible difference is what men are looking for as they read compared to what women are looking for. Another example is how men react to this or that kind of content compared to how women react to the same content. Still another example is how the titles of topics affects men's decisions to read them compared to how titles of topics affect women's decision to read them.
This topic seeks only personal opinions, not scientifically researched and tested answers. Also, although my question does not include the word, "post", you can assume that the posts within a topic are part of the topic and so the inquiry is about reading both topics and their posts.
Trying to appeal to members who are tell-us-topically inclined,