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    As the father of 7-year-old boy-and-girl twins, I have had a unique perspective on the natural differences between the two genders.

    My son’s idea of fun is jumping off chairs and bouncing off walls. In his little mind, our house is a battlefield or a skyscraper or a football field — all of which require physical activity while he pretends to be a soldier or a superhero or a football player.

    The newest animated film in theaters, The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (PG), reflects this difference between genders. It’s a sequel to 2014’s The Lego Movie.

    My daughter’s idea of fun, on the other hand, involves sitting in chairs, drawing or reading, while her crazy brother does his thing. She’s dreaming about princesses or unicorns or butterflies, and she’s often turning her thoughts into creative pictures that we hang on the refrigerator.

    Of course, when they build Legos, their role-playing is often different, too. He’s more likely to turn his creation into a scene from Star Wars. She’s more likely to build a house with a fa