I mean really, is it wrong to be aware of things like biological predisposition? And again, don't misunderstand me, its NOT the same as inability to do anything else or some kind of inferiority. If a tall guy and a short guy both play basketball, am I wrong to expect the tall guy to be better? And look, I haven't discounted the other guys' ability to play, I said nothing about it. I do not dismiss it, I am merely looking at physical factors and differences that may influence ability to play, but in no way are set in stone and are liable to change if someone has the talent or skill to play regardless of those differences.
Same goes for work and everyday life.
Hiver wrote: your misogynist eugenics
Really? eugenics? Do you even know what that means? and please, contextualise within the discussion and what you thought was to do with "eugenics" in my posts.
Otherwise i'm liable to discount you as someone who is really frustrated and just throws words around without understanding them.
Hiver wrote:If you stated that biological differences have some influence at what profession we seek and try to learn and make a living with and so on... i would agree.
Yes Hiver, this is EXACTLY what I'm pointing at this whole time. This is exactly what "on average" and "predisposition" mean. I'm glad you understand my point. Because the rest seems as if you are looking for a fight and try to artifically generate pointless argument, especially with words like "closet misogynist" and "eugenics". You try to look serious but you come across as frustrated.