I started collecting the studies of sex differences in the summer of 2017 during the Damore-Google debacle. Over two years later I have over 70 pages of links and abstracts of such studies, both sociological and biological, ranging from moderately-strong studies to powerful meta-studies. Such knowledge is desperately needed in this day and age of rank gaslighting on the issues of sex differences, even within the church, yes, conservative churches.
Differences, of course, are not absolute and vary among individuals. But in sufficiently large group settings or in the right circumstances they can and do make a difference.
The study, The Distance Between Mars and Venus: Measuring Global Sex Differences in Personality, summarizes their findings thusly:
They offer a counter-argument to those who pooh-pooh self-reported gender differences:
They urge future studies to employ this better methodology for the betterment of all: