women are given all the chances they need to succeed, men are fucked in academia.
a chick can go and suck the teacher off and hey look she did really well on that math test.
Sexual dimorphism is definitely a thing, and its a fair point that to some degree the roles of the individual people in society are going to be different simply as a result of the differences that tend to arise among humans.
Nevertheless, it seems somewhat crazy an idea that just because something is done a certain way, that must be the best way, the only way, and the way the advances the interests of the community with the greatest efficiency. That there is difference between different divisions of our population behooves us to reconsider how we operate to best make use of those divisions, and not to refrain to some mode of thought where what has been done in the past.
There is some reason for the existence of sexism in our society. I am sure there are quite a few research papers which already deal with this question, of how and why it came about, and how and why it is what it is today. But oftentimes behaviors seem to arise that are disregarding of any societal interests in favour of personal gains, convenience, et cetera. Even if some systems that exist today were well justifiable from the perspective of efficiency some centuries ago, things have changed a good deal in our environment, our technological power.
We can delude ourselves into believing we live in a meritocracy, if we want, where the most skilled individuals do the most important work in their respective fields, and all who are equally capable are treated with equal respect.
But that is an inaccurate picture and doesn't at all reflect what our society is actually like. People are perpetually impacted by, and treated differently as a consequence of how people perceive them, based on gender, how you dress, how you speak, whether you smell like strawberries or like rotting meat.
No doubt if we lived in a more meritocratic system there would be gender imbalances in some, many, or all areas. But as it is, there are so many other factors involved that it becomes unreasonable to believe any imbalance in a given field is not, at least in part, attributable to causes apart from inherent physical suitability.
Do you really actually believe that women get into academia by sexual favours, you seem to have a huge chip on your shoulder about women, I don't
how you got that chip but your resentment seems
like it's clouding your judgement.
You make big claims but don't back them up.
That is not even important, women should fuck off already, too much of their whining with their "equality"