Are male/female brains different? Nope.

In Brain Circuitry, Brain Development, Brain General Structure and Function, Brain Science by Brainy Days Ahead

A meta-analysis study of human amygdala volumes conducted by researchers at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science found no significant difference between the sexes. The amygdala is involved in all types of emotion and in social behaviors such as aggression and sexual arousal. Size differences have been found in animals, but not in humans. Study researchers say, “Despite the common impression that men and women are profoundly different, large analyses of brain measures are finding far more similarity than difference…There is no categorically ‘male brain’ or ‘female brain,’ and much more overlap than difference between genders for nearly all brain measures.