I don't see people this way. People are not defined by their genitals, they are defined by their inner essence, by what is within their mind.
IQ tests indicate that all people, not man or woman, but people, regardless of gender, are all very much as capable as one another in intellectual feats.
When it comes to the physical though, us dicks are frankly at an advantage, and hence we can do work that requires greater prowess in strength.
But like I originally said, I don't see people in terms of their body, but rather by what is inside. All people have the potential to transform the world for the better.
If we do wish to transform the world for the better, we cannot see people in terms of black and white, male and female, and so forth. We need to accept all individuality, humbly recognizing that each and every person can be of vital importance. This would be a good first step in furthering world peace as well as making universal enlightenment immanent.
And lastly, this belief of mine is more controversial, but I don't believe the human spirit has gender, I just think it takes on a random (self-chosen?) gender in different incarnations.