Oh Lord. At some point, telling women what their natural gender tendencies are becomes not only dubious argument, but slapstick self-targeting - like lighting a match to see into your gas tank. Try acquiring some experience in asking women what those IT departments look like. You may find it ridiculous, but it's historical fact and apparent current circumstance. In denial, yes. And they have been doing that for a long, long time. Maybe not, but it does establish the burden of proof. It's reasoning about likelihoods from evidence. You do see them in supervision, management, and ownership of agribusiness. So you've never seen a business in which the lower paid employees were all, or almost all, women, but the higher paid were all, or almost all, men. Really.