Women in STEM is one of the most depressing developments in recent history, essentially preventing humanity from colonizing the solar system and driving STEM zoomers to the far right. With their high agreeableness, women entering the STEMs are thought to have multiplied bureaucracy and safe spaces preventing male nerds from getting things done. Nobel price laureate Tim Hunt, father of two daughters, commented on this grievance:
Let me tell you about my trouble with girls … three things happen when they are in the lab … You fall in love with them, they fall in love with you and when you criticise them, they cry.
High earning women in STEM also turn into particularly choosy maters and are generally reluctant to date less educated men unless they earn substantially more (see hypergamy), hence often turn into bitter singles who end up coping on /r/childfree.
There exist more women in STEM in developing countries than in developed countries. This is seen as born from economic desperation.
There is a fairly strong desire in feminist, liberal developed countries to bring more women into STEM fields. One tactic has been basically letting any woman with arms into any low-level tech job. A tactic with a low success rate. Other tactics have consisted of campaigns to encourage "girls who code". Proponents include Karlie Kloss, Hillary Clinton, the entire US Democratic Party, various tech bootcamps, and various documentaries such as Code Girl Movie.
A female entry into low-paying STEM spaces, while it may be corrupting to the STEM field, may be a boon to incels' sex lives. According to the Donnelly Study, male-only work spaces were one of the largest predictors of inceldom. On the other hand, Jordan Peterson mentioned an anecdote of a university course which was overwhelmingly visited by female students, but only few of the most dominant males got to hook up with them despite the vast surplus of females.