The selective concern about gender imbalances and the selective application of the goal of perfect gender parity

The gender activists and feminists are always quick to point out gender imbalances when women are underrepresented, e.g. in STEM college programs and jobs, in college athletics, on corporate boards, in corporate CEO positions, for elected positions in politics, etc. And the gender activists’ solution to female under-representation? Perfect gender parity at the very least, to be achieved through some kind of social engineering, government legislation and/or massive amounts of taxpayer funding. And in most cases, female over-representation would be an even better outcome, like in associate’s degrees, bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, doctoral degrees, degrees in the STEM fields of biology, nursing and veterinary science, degrees and positions in human resources, etc.