women and men both share which can transcend their differences (be they real or imagined) in order to create a better working relationship between them? I don't believe so.
The biological differences between female and male have been so thoroughly investigated and described that perhaps the issue already seems resolved. Science has clearly shown how the respective reproductive systems govern not only our physical but also many of our emotional and mental states. But is that all there is to it?
There are some experts in the field of neurophysiology (brain science) who believe that absolutely every element of our experience is nothing other than a function of the brain, and that any talk of meta-physicalities is total nonsense.
personality matches their physical sexuality - that is their genitals. Usually, their way of identifying with their body, their procreative instincts, and their desires for companionship with the opposite sex, all match. However, the exceptions to this rule - homosexuality, bi-sexuality and non-sexuality - all have, according to yoga and tantra, causes outside of biology, that is, in the mind.
Most people nowadays would agree that the intellectual aspect of our personality is in no way sexually polarised. There is no such thing as "the female mind" or "the male mind". Any book, story or poem written, any debate or lecture given, could equally be the product of either a woman or a man. Intellectual ability and mental perception per se, are superior in neither sex.