> many, if not most, of the psychological differences
> In fact, there is considerable evidence to support the idea that many, if not most, of the psychological
> differences between men and women are due to environment (socialization, external biases and
> restraints) rather than biology.
There's no need to dispute the accuracy or otherwise of that statement. One only needs to note that if one is hiring someone to fulfil a role it matters not one jot whether their psychological strengths and weaknesses for the role in question are genetic or environmental.