I'm camping, and in the interest of not using my phone I'm reading a real book. With real paper pages and everything.
I'm reading WBPHMD (as per the title of this post), a book written by two evolutionary psychologists who explain why we do what we do.
In the interests of BMBR's, I'll most likely give you the important bits. You may have to read the book to get a better explanation.
Warning: this book is not politically correct, and I won't be sugar coating anything.
1. 2 errors in thinking to avoid: the naturalistic and the moralistic fallacies. Naturalistic philosophy says what is, ought to be, IE if people are genetically different than they should be treated differently, whereas moralistic philosophy says what ought to be, is, IE everyone should be treated equally so therefore they are genetically the same.
2. Stereotypes may suck, but they're usually stemmed from true general observations, and shouldn't be biological prescriptions.