Yes, that's what I believe and it's scientifically provable that some humans are in fact inherently more interested (and competent) in STEM than others - and that's just a fact of human genetics. The same goes for art and musical aptitude.This is an absurd statement. For the record, I'm male, and I'm interested in people who are interested in ideas.
So you believe that humans are born competent in STEM, that those who succeed in technical fields are wired differently than those who don't show aptitude or interest? Does education/opportunity/mentorship play any role?
The Constitution says that all men are created equal --- Under the law of government. But that does not mean all men are equally knowledgeable and equally qualified in every field. The law says that all men shall have the right of equal opportunity, but that does not mean the results shall be equal. However some believe that's the case ............ and that's what is causing a problem.