Women's under-representation took two and half millenia to be even an issue to be discussed.It is, that's why quotas were introduced.
How would you know what 'most' of 50-52% of the population want? You their spokesman?Facts are not negative language. And I did say that most women do not want high-powered, shoulder-pad wearing jobs, I have no clue what your problem is with what I am saying at all.
You really need to grow up.
That is an entirely specious and, at its core, a circular argument.Your verbosity tries to subtitute for logic. There are lots more males than females with very senior experience in politics,government, finance and economics that would have performed well as trade commissioner. So probability dictates that the successful applicant in a majority of cases should be male, reflecting that fact. Of course, this doesn't rule out a female applicant. Say the ratio of very senior females to males is one in four, then probability dictates that a female should be the successful applicant a quarter of the time.