Last night at my short story writing class, I notice how well the girl students reviewed one of the eight stories he talk about in a class workshop disccussion. They seem to be motivated on how well the styles, connection, and the emotion they get from the short stories they discussed. Some of them wanted to learn more and the stories should be revised. Only a few of the guy students discussed what they think and how the stories should be improved. Including me, they seem like they didn't explain a lot about how they felt about the story, but they only judge the intention of the stories. Our male teacher, however, kind of acted equad to al the students' comments. In total, it seems the girls are better critics than the guys. When one of the girls reviewed some of my shorts, they were picky about the plotholes when they got into my settings and my characters. They think my sample fast pace writing style is fine, it's just some plotholes that I need to fix. I think female readers and critics are more into the writing styles and the emotion, which they can idenify from books they read. This could also explain why most women read romanctic books and fantasy. But of course everybody have their own tastes, it seems that most female readers are attracted to styles, connection, and emotion that books have. And men like action and styles in the books they read. What do you think?