I thought this might get some debate going:

A Report on Human Resources Issues in the Nonproft Sector argues the sector’s disproportionately high rate of female employment means women’s values must be privileged. Why doesn’t it mean men’s values should be privileged in order to balance the asymmetry. When it comes to professions where men work in higher numbers we hear the exact opposite argument, that we must do more to accommodate and centre women in order to bring them into the workforce. It seems whether men are over or under-represented the response is the same: more emphasis on women, less emphasis on men.

Passion and Commitment Under Stress: Human Resource Issues in Canada’s Non-profit Sector – A Synthesis Report