Thanks, Vivian. I think sometimes it’s interesting to see what observations come up in comments. Yours is a most excellent start. Do you think there are reasons beyond the obvious?

To me, the list doesn’t look much different than any other list. Congress. Upper management in the Fortune 500 and Fortune 100. You name it, it always looks the same. I tend to think it’s just a screenshot of societal behavior patterns and preference. 52% of the world is women. You would never know that.

I wrote about this once before, quite some time ago. I posed one suggestion. That we all pay attention to when we “like” vs. when we “follow.” The comments were interesting. I’m curious to see where the comments go in this take. :)

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