Someone didn't actually read the article, let alone the study, I guess.
Lerner dug into her data and came up with her own guess for the cause of the surprising results: women were leaving the platform after having one or two bad interviews. In other words, women, feeling discouraged, seemed to be just giving up on interviewing altogether. “Once you factor out interview data from both men and women who quit after one or two bad interviews,” she writes, “the disparity goes away entirely.”
In this light, your reply I think highlights the problem, not the reason. Your attitude, and those of the ones who marked you "Insightful" (when you obviously weren't very), are probably the reason women are more likely to just give up.