The human brain is a much more malleable organ than previously presumed. Nerve cells conjoin as we use them. That is especially true for anything done with particular intensity. That little boys, pubescent adolescents, and the adult representatives of the male gender all are interested in things other than what interests girls and women is necessarily the case in the light of their very different brain structure. This book is interested not so much in the weaknesses of males, but rather in how they are transformed on the path to male adulthood through the use of their innate potentials - and what that means (or could mean) for their brains.