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Why do the hips of girls become broader than boys?

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June 15, 2015 6:32PM

The hips of the girls are broader than boys. That is important secondary sex character. The hips are well designed to give birth to the baby. They are not very comfortable for the sake of running and doing other physical activities like the boys. The pelvis is the part in the body of both the sexes, which is distinctly separate.