Please answer the following question. Be sure to fully answer the question with well-structured and constructed arguments supported by empirical evidence.
Question: Men and women, on average, tend to differ in their sexual strategies. As a result of these different preferences, both sexes have evolved mechanisms to strategically interfere with the strategies of the other sex. The thwarting of an individual’s sexual strategy leads to the implementation of other strategies to achieve their sexual goals. Describe how these forms of strategic interference follow from an understanding of men’s and women’s evolved mating strategies and what other strategies are used when sexual goals are interfered with.
**Below I have attached the class material, PLEASE connect the CHAPETR 11 “conflict between the sexes” class slides with this paper. There needs to be integration of class material in this paper (Such as the slides attached). Also, I added an article that you need to use as support/evidence, but also feel free to do your own research on this topic and use other sources as references.**
Rubric is attached.