Finally a born woman that can actually SOMEWHAT relate to a mans struggle. I get that there's mans roll and there's a females roll.
In 1973 the previously all-male nuclear submarine construction company Electric Boat was hiring Anybody because they desperately needed "man"power to convert attack subs to Missile carriers.
I was a 23-year old single mother working 3 "women's jobs", all part-time, none with benefits of any kind.
I got a job, & entered the shipyard as one of the first 4 females, got into the State Apprentice Program & was the first female graduate, missing the top score by one point. Stayed 13 years, enjoyed paid holidays, vacation, regular raises, pension, union protection, medical insurance......Heaven!
It was hard, dangerous, dirty work but worth every scar!
Became a Union Trustee (elected by 99% men!) and eventually a boss, at one time over 43 people (by then a few other women too.)
And it turns out i am highly mechanically-gifted, more so than most men.
So your very question is Insulting to the 9th degree!
I remember attending a company meeting of oilfield engineers (2008), both from the company and it's contractors. All of the more than 20 engineers were men, and when lunchtime came, the women secretaries served it. But there were a couple of female engineers in the Environmental Department.
One of the problems in public education consists of how few males stay in teaching. Some claim the poor performance of male students relates to the lack of male role models.
There are jobs that will tend to attract more men... construction, plumbing, firefighter... and jobs that will tend to attract more women... teaching, childcare, cosmetology... but there aren't any jobs that are relegated/reserved strictly for one gender or the other.