Actually, that sounds pretty sexist when it claims that women are somehow less interested in the construction than men. There are probably a few hundred active members here; most people probably only posted a few times. That doesn't make us representative of most men. It just reinforces the sterotypes that women are more superficial, and why they shouldn't do certain jobs. After all, I'm sure there most be some forums similar to this for women. At the very least, they would be talking bout sewing patterns and such.
I don't know about being more "superficial." It is just a different way of thinking about things. Why are so many more women for Kerry, than men, for example? There was a prior post about women wanting "really in" and "cute," with respect to clothes and the handful of us nuts who post here being perfectionists. It implied that many of us would be happier wearing Dad's old, but refurbished, Savile Row sportcoat, than the latest "item" from Prada, Versace or Gucci.