Which is why I said you were negating discrimation. This is an excuse people use all the time to prove bigoted beliefs and because it may have a tiny grain of truth at the center doesn't mean we should accept it as inevitable. It should only be acceptable in the circumstances it truly applies without any added qualification, like men and women have different sex organs, women produce milk and give birth, men grow facial hair more often and thicker, etc. The social differences are simply not able to be examined neutrally because of our social constructs and conditioning.I think my main issue is that while society may try and overstate the differences between the sexes, others try and greatly understate them. I think the truth lies in the middle somewhere. I agree that at this point it would be impossible to completely determine which are totally biology and which are totally conditioning. But I also feel that while social conditioning can be greatly lessened it can't be completely done away with either, it will naturally happen. In a way biology is what leads to some social conditioning. Someone will notice a general trend in males and say "All males should be this way and the ones who aren't are not real men". But while I disagree with that sort of thinking, it may be inevitable in some level.
It's far less harmful to tell a boy he can play with barbies and fire trucks than it is to say he must only play with trucks and GI Joes because society and his penis demands it of him.
Note: I am not saying you are making this claim. It's simply an example to illustrate my point.