He implied that he believed that, even going so far as to say that the reason for deviations from the norm in data is because these genetic tendencies are just broad averages. His post didn’t consider cultural and social pressures at all. I know most sane people don’t believe in rigid biological reductionist methods in analysing social behaviours, but some idiots on the internet do.
I am merely trying to get biblos to consider the tremendous influence of social pressures and environmental factors in shaping a woman’s behaviour and life choices.
Perhaps. I’m sure many men do not consider a nursing role because that is a ‘woman’s job’, or would not consider becoming a dietitian because ‘men don’t need to diet’ or whatever. Obviously cultural stereotypes and standards, patriarchal ones, play a role when people consider the career path.
This is not the argument made, the source in the OP quite clearly rules out the possibility of this being a factor. You aren’t really considering anyone else’s argument but your own, and I doubt you have even read the source in the OP.
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