The problem, for starters, is they are going to make less money than men who put in the same amount of effort. That is a fact. If they want the same access of resources, then they are going to have to work harder than their male counterparts. Also, less females make it to the top than men because many inequalities still exist and they aren't given the same opportunities. Appearances are very deceiving.I honestly don't see what the problem is really. I know plenty of females who are on their way to being more successful than I probably will be and don't appear to have had much trouble.
Would you mind providing some examples of these "expectations"? What is wrong with challenging the traditional conception of "masculinity" and "femininity"?Yes, I would say that generally they should be allowed the same opportunites. I am just saying that they shouldn't be expected to act the same. It just seems to me like guys are expected, more and more, to adopt more traditionally feminine attributes, and likewise women for masculine attributes.