It does kind of work out, doesn't it? The way men and women balance and compliment each other, I mean?<quoted text>Especially when you realize that the Adam's rib version was an add on, lacking proper editorship to omit the first "So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them." (Genesis 1:27) There are typically accepted four separate authorships for the Old Testament, JEPD, and some methmouth or Welsh (grape jelly?)troll trying to use the document as a history text is of the FloDUH school of crazy.(Forgive the opening this may give to those, "the devil may quote scriptures for his own purposes," folks who get Poor Richard's Almanac confused with Shakespeare and Shakespeare with the Bible, but I not only read the book, I taught it--as literature.
Guess it's possible women could have cut down trees and built their own homes or figured out how to build an engine - and men could have knitted, made their own clotes and cooked and cleaned.
But, historically, each have had their own God-given roles and talents.
Of course, a lot of men do women's work now compared to olden times. Not too many women are lumberjacks and construction workers.