In all seriousness, in the narrow scope of my own experiences & interactions, I've known more males to be authentic, direct, responsible & trustworthy people than females. But then, most of my friends are male (I've always related to males more readily than females), & I couldn't maintain bonds with untrustworthy people.
Perhaps that testosterone/competitive nature causes males to be more aggressive/direct about things - when they are well rounded people, that's a great quality in terms of productivity. When they have poor impulse control or other issues, it's obviously going to be a problem. Perhaps societal gender roles and individual temperament are a factor. And perhaps those same gender roles impact how we view and value feminine qualities, and also how women choose to behave. I've known more emotionally manipulative [if not outright emotionally abusive] women with a blind sense of entitlement to "be taken care of" - infantilized, as it were- than any men. The ability to crap out a human being in of itself isn't productive or useful to me, if you're a selfish and lazy person.
Based on my reasoning, if I were to assume males were all more productive, or females were, I'd be using some type of circular logic, I think. And I can't place any intellectual stock on circular logic.
My point is, I guess, that my own experiences impact & leave an emotional footprint in my mind- so while I have my own personal biases to grapple with, I understand these things are never black and white. I realize this doesn't mean anything beyond my own perspective, though, & any absolute truths are far beyond my own horizon lines. There are over 7 billion people in the world. I don't know about you, but I can't sit down and actually visualize even 500 humans, let alone 7 billion. Let alone imagine- each. and. every. life. -to evaluate and judge to that degree.