I find the generalities about men & women's technical abilities to be far too exaggerated, too general, and useless, i.e., "Women in technical areas have the disadvantage that, in general, we weren't taught to make holes in walls, nail things, wire walls and do electrical work when we were little... It is due to this that there is not as much confidence in our abilities when it comes to doing this type of work..." I was never taught how to do this "man-stuff" either and still don't know how to do it! Most of my male friends don't either. Really, it would be more useful to construct means for all to be involved in bridging the digital divide and not further complicate the process with gender biases.

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