Women like to help. They'll help people, animals, forests, the environment, etc. But in general, they're not interested in working with machines.
Women, it was once believed, didn't have the constitution to be doctors. Women, it was once held true, didn't possess the analytical minds required for a career in the law.
Women could do without your sexist arse telling them what they are and aren't, and what they can and can't do.
the basic American principle of dying for the right of the offensive to be offensive
Voltaire was saying this before the US even existed.
All of which (mistakenly, imho) assumes rational consumer behaviour.
It's inertia, money and marketing that are holding electric vehicles back. They're unfamiliar, and the incumbents are so, so, monied, and so, so powerful, that gaining any kind of traction at all is crazy difficult.
Religion is a choice
This is one of those "true in theory but not in practice" things. If you were born into (for example) an Ultra Orthodox Jewish community, brought up in it, never got to see anything outside of it (etc), then your religious beliefs aren't really choices you made. If you're never even been aware of the alternatives, how's it a choice?
Women HATE that.
Oh, the irony.