OK, biology isn’t the entire thing.
AJ Butler

I guess what I’m trying to say is that when you ignore social and cultural aspects, you arrive at conclusions such as “Women select jobs based on selfish needs. They don’t want to work long hours; they want to be with their families” and “Women are secure in the fact that no matter how much money they make, they will be fine. Their family life is secure. Husband will fill in the gaps, or they’ll get welfare.”

There are women without husbands, women that don’t want to live on welfare, women that pursue high-pressure and high-competition jobs, etc.

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