A thread of feminist narrative is that men who are lazy, violent, feckless parents etc. are somehow representative of men in general, while women who are lazy, violent, feckless parents etc. aren’t representative of women in general. It’s a thread – usually implied rather than overtly stated – that runs through Woman’s Hour and much else. When women in particular hear this narrative decade after decade, it’s little wonder they believe strongly that women are intrinsically superior to men. So when men dominate any areas e.g. politics, corporate boardrooms, it can only be because men discriminate against women, whether overtly or covertly.
An excellent new article on gender generalisations by Mark Trueblood: