You guys have to be more scientific in these matters! Seeing the face, especially around the eyes and nose, is not a good indicator. Chin/jaw can be a partial indicator (smaller in women on the average, but significant overlap of the two bell curves). In this case I grabbed the .jpg so I could zoom in on the neck. It looks concave rather than convex where the "adam's apple" would be. That's a good sign. Mostly though, I'd vote "woman" based on the apparent width and structure of her pelvis and the angle of leg attachment. That would be hard to fake even with surgery.