Misogynist boilerplate. You didn't even bother to fill in the blanks, such as which cultures we're talking about, what "new" men are inventing, and how (or why) women help "integrate the change." Of course, by "be like the men," you simply mean "be successful and industrious," which you perceive as a male trait mostly thanks to your patriarchal and backwards belief system. To burst your bubble, there is nothing physiologically about women that makes them less capable than men at most jobs. And in jobs that require intelligence and leadership, there is literally no difference between a man and a woman, and the reason there are more men in those positions is simply because there hasn't yet been enough time since women fought their way out from under the thumb of their male oppressors for the scales to balance. Give it a few more decades. It's a self-fulfilling prophecy (and one that is rapidly going out of date): Eve follows Adam because your religion tells men to be masters over their women, and women to be subservient to their men. Now that the west has largely shed the manacles of the patriarchal society, women are increasingly becoming leaders in business and in governance. In other words, Eve is standing beside Adam, and leading him in many cases. I don't know what you mean by "bandwidth," but I can tell you that you're using it incorrectly. And men also have an instinctual desire to become a parent. It is a misconception that only females go baby-crazy. Everyone has that desire, and in men it's more than a lust to spread his seed. We also want to have babies and hold them and care for them. It's as natural in men as it is in women. Actually, this is an example of an archetype that is not natural, but created in men thanks to the culture your religion helped found in the west. Abrahamic religions promote a patriarchal society, and the male, as the "head of the household," consequently must view himself as always being in control, as not displaying any weakness or vulnerability. Men who view themselves in such a light are the ones who never ask for directions. Females, not being burdened by such ridiculous delusions, sensibly suggest that they stop and ask someone. In other words, it's only the male who doesn't ask for directions because your religion made it that way. Stubbornness is not an exclusively or even predominantly male trait. The context of the OP is not the difference between Henry Ford and Adam, but between cultures that view themselves as descendants of the gods, and those that view themselves as being created by the gods.