so what McGii was saying is that when it comes to the workforce a woman could reasonably do the same exact thing men do. the biggest barrier is cultural attitudes, not their potential strength.
i'm reminded of the industrial work women did when their husbands left for WW2. who was there to argue about potential strength when the women basically produced the military back-line.
certainly testosterone and muscle build-up capacity is a factor, but only when we talk about cases in which that becomes a factor which will likely not include 99.9% of all the jobs.
now this argument stems from the argument of the gender wage gap, but that's completely based on a lie:
even when we adjust for all possible gender differences, IE strength, maternity leave, etc. we're still left with a gap. at that point you'd have to be insane to say that's because men have more strength because women earn less for doing the same exact job.
somehow i doubt that.