steve jobs revolutionized technology though like if it was a woman it wouldn’t have made a difference cause the product would’ve been the same and people still would have responded to it meanwhile i’ve never heard of the other woman and whether or not that’s ignorance on my part if she had done something on the same level as steve jobs i have no doubt that she would be put on the same pedestal
Except that’s not Steve Jobs, that’s Tim Cook (who I’m sorry, but unless you’re one of the intense apple enthusiasts, I highly doubt you’ve heard of). Meanwhile, Safra Catz is the Co-President of Oracle, which is the second-largest software maker by revenue, after Microsoft. Meaning her pay difference is not because her company is less successful, or has less revenue.
Also, you missed the main, major point, which is that, of ALL the successful, talented, inventive women in the world, NOT A SINGLE ONE IS PAID MORE THAN 1/3 OF THE HIGHEST PAID MAN (who is not even the actual inventor of apple). Are you really trying to argue that there are no women as revolutionary as Steve Jobs, and that no women are equally deserving of that pay grade? There is NO WOMAN paid more than $51 million, while at least 70 men (according to the WSJ) make well over that in the USA.
Also, if we want to talk about Revolutionaries, how about Ada Lovelace (considered the first computer programmer), Grace Hopper (who developed the first compiler for a computer programming language.), or Hedy Lamarr (THE FUCKING INVENTOR OF WIFI). Something tells me they weren’t making millions even though they made HUGE contributions to the advancement of technology. Are any of those common household names to you? No, didn’t think so; so, sad to say, but yes, it is ignorant to assume a woman would be put on the same pedestal for equally substantial achievements like Mr. Jobs (who was not even being originally discussed in this post), because none of these women were.