So what if you can't pee standing or walk bare-torso-ed on the beach? Being a woman has a lot of awesome perks. And no! It doesn't include having more variety of clothing options. For those interested, (men you can stop reading) here are seven amazing health benefits of being a woman.
For starters, women live longer than men do. Men are five-times more prone to dying from cardiovascular diseases than women. There is a hypothesis that women experience increased heart rate in the second half of their menstrual cycle. This proposed phenomenon is called "jogging female heart" which gives the female heart the same benefits as cardiovascular exercises. This could be a possible reason why women live longer. 
Thanks to our oestrogen reserves, women are fairly better protected than men when it comes to neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. This is because the hormone oestrogen is a neuroprotective agent, which preserves nerve health and guards against degenerative diseases. 
Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) or liver cancer is a sexually diamorphic disease. It is more common in one gender than the other; in this case, more men than in women. CDC reports suggest that men are three times more likely than women to contract HCC. 
Melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer, is also more prevalent in men than in women. One of the reasons unearthed during a survey by American Academy of Dermatology in 2016 is that men are less likely to protect their skin from sunlight than women. 
Head and neck cancers refer to the group of cancers that starts in the mouth, throat, sinuses of salivary glands. As per the findings of the American Cancer Society, men are 89 percent more prone to contracting the cancers as compared to women.
Women also tend to have a keener sense of smell than men. Studies state that the olfactory senses of women are sharper than those of men. That's because women have more neurons and glial cells than men do. 
This could possibly inspire a lot of jokes, but women tend to remember better. The neuroprotective functions of oestrogen could be the reason why women have a sharper memory than their male counterparts. It turns out that oestrogen also has a positive effect on certain cognitive skills of women, especially those related to verbal and motor skills.