Pure, unadulterated nonsense, 200 proof. There is no biological mechanism that triggers nursing/teaching/social work. In fact, for over a century, most of the teachers in the US were men, and that's been true for most of Western European history. Nursing and social work are relatively recent professions.By and large, men and women inherently are interested in different things. Socialization is not what is driving women to want to work as nurses, teachers, and social workers........biology is.
This would be the same Jordan Peterson who thinks that the best models for examining human social hierarchies are not other apes (like chimpanzees or bonobos), but lobsters? The same Peterson who thinks postmodern Neo-Marxism could be a thing? Peterson is a light-weight pseudo-intellectual who leveraged his decision to be rude into making a lot of money telling people what they wanted to hear.Read Jordan Peterson on this topic, who is a clinical psychologist that has done a lot of work researching the biological differences between men and women.
Veterinarians are still STEM professionals (my daughter also has this goal). You might as well say being a physician is not STEM.I have a young daughter, and no matter how much I try and encourage her to consider technology or finance as a profession, she still tells me she want to be a veterinarian because she likes taking care of animals. She was not socialized into this preference.
Being able to take that pass is a part of the privilege.Wow, men are so lucky to be socialized into physical, dangerous, death inducing, high expectation, suicidal professions. If that's considered privilege I think I'll take a pass on it.
The ability to easily find such places is a privilege.I'm saying that it's not an actual privilege. When I walked into a barber shop catered to black men, as a teenager, and was told that they were sorry but they don't know how to cut white hair, it didn't bother me. It still doesn't today. I just found another place to get my hair cut.