All individuals are different in some way or other regardless of their sexual categorisation into male or female.
Same with men and women.. yes every man is different, and every woman is different, and we are all different - but there are distinct similarities and differences that make catagorisation useful. sex and gender are just one part of it.
I don't like this trend, that I keep seeing - where someone says 'X group is different from X group' - and the modern reply is 'well there is difference within the groups themselves, and similarity between them.. so...'
Obviously the OP is just trolling though and waiting for some very radicial leftist (and thankfully its still only the very radical who really don't believe there are differences between men/women) to bite.
....I don't like this trend, that I keep seeing - where someone says 'X group is different from X group' - and the modern reply is 'well there is difference within the groups themselves, and similarity between them.. so...'...
Consider a simple example:
If I have £50 and you have £50, we are both equal. But if I now have £100 and you have £60, we are unequal - however individually, each of us is actually better off than we were before. I would therefore say that the latter scenario of inequality is better than the former scenario of equality. If we are rational about it, it shouldn’t matter to either of us what the other one has, as this doesn’t affect us.
Similarly, whilst some people complain about the gender imbalance in certain professions, I personally don’t think this is much of a problem. Rather than trying to actively alter people’s career choices and engineer a 50:50 split in each profession, it’s more important to just maximise everyone’s opportunities to access the careers that they want, and just let the overall ratios be whatever they turn out to be.
The idea is that, as long as nothing is stopping you as an individual from entering the career of your choosing, it shouldn’t really matter to you what gender/race/whatever everyone else in that career happens to be.