Men both consciously and unconsciously demarcate their responsibilities an interests by “that’s a woman’s problem”. In other words, women are better suited, more interested, and more able to solve that category of problems.
Do women do the same thing? Do women demarcate their responsibilities by saying “that’s a man’s problem”?
If so, on what?
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