>>94752223>But, again, if awareness of the growing equality is squelched, it furthers a status quo that women simply do not excel at certain roles.
Of course. Overly celebrating the breaking of the gender roles is as bad as generalizations.
In a "perfect" world, the fact that, pex, only 10% of a certain work area are women shouldn't stop women to try to get into that area and neither should drive to the general thought that women are bad at such profession.
Gender equality shouldn't be about having workplaces with 50/50 gender proportion. It should be about any gender being able to get any job they actually want and can do and ignoring the gender percentages that will eventually arise.