So I just finished this book "The Female Brain" by Dr. Louann Brizendine. I found a copy of it at Goodwill for like 50 cents a few months ago. Then I read the whole thing. It seems to have pretty good scientific chops but it's still concise and easy to get through.
The main premise is that while it has been politically incorrect to say that a woman's brain is different than a man's, it is biologically incorrect to say that it is not. Thanks to modern imaging technology (MRI, etc.) neuroscientists have been able to map out precisely differences not only between men and women, but between men and women at different phases of their life. The bits on the menopausal brain are interesting, but so far removed from my foreseeable future I was not as interested in the other bits.
I'd recommend it.