Females have two X chromosomes, so if they had to take the game representing one of the two chromosomes they have, they'd have to take X. Which leaves Y for the males, if they want the version that only they would be able to get.
Opie & Anthony | Ron & Fez, XM 105/Sirius 206 XBL: Maxx the Slash | PSN: Maxx_the_Slash | 3DS: 3222-5637-7984 | Wii U: Maxx_the_Slash
1) Aesthetically, male genitalia looks better. Look at art throughout time, statues and whatnot often have a p****. The same can not be said for women, who often have their legs crossed or some sort of covering. However, an emphasis is placed on breasts, which are also often exposed. But that's not what we're talking about here...
2) Sex isn't painful the first time for a man. On top of this, a v***** isn't going to hurt a p**** in anyway, but the reverse can be true if penetration is too deep.
3) Much harder for a p**** to get an infection, simply because it is less exposed and because it also is designed to urinate out of. The v***** is not, and urine can cause infection if it enters.
4) You have the option to stand while urinating if you have a p****.
The second part of 2 is wrong. Sadly It can happen and you will walk funny for a while.
That's not the only part that is wrong about it.
1.) Art depicts males (as someone said) because a lot of it comes from part of the world that appreciates male beauty. Women keep their legs closed, not because it isn't beautiful, but because modesty was, and usually still is, valued in women. Breasts on the other hand are not, in all cultures, a sexual thing, but a symbol of fertility.
2.) As a man, I can tell you that isn't completely true. You'll find out someday ... I think everyone hurts their p**** at some point ;) (Has anyone here every "broken" their p****? I hope not, I've come close).
3.) Urine is steril until it leaves the body and cannot cause an infection. If you are pouring a glass of urine into someones vagina, then you either have a fetish, or you're doing it wrong. As for other infections men can get chlamydia, UTIs and bladder infections (gosh, those hurt too), AND yeast infections (though it is rare). So while it is less common for men to get genital infections, it does happen and there are a PLETHORA of things that men can get that women cannot (hypospadias, a birth defect, a sebaceous cyst (a cyst that has cheesy stuff in it that can develop under the outer layer of skin on the scrotum), torsion of a testicle, erectile dysfunction, testicular cancer and prostate cancer, etc).
Not to mention getting it stuck in a zipper. :)
All in all, both genders have genital issues that can occur and several can occur just as frequently in men as they do women.