Girls Good at Math
The advocates of inflation, string theory, the Maldacena conjecture and Geometric Langlands program enjoy rich careers and are all men. If a woman undergraduate were to predict from pure math that the speed of light slows down, she might conceivably be ignored or shut out of research. At the very least she would be accused of not learning the rote, that c is constant. With today's shrinking opportunities in research, that might kill a career.
Ignoring contributions made by 50% of the population is not logical. Everyone should see the challenges to women, and work to reduce them. We have made a lot of progress, every year more women take up science careers. Getting more women in science would help the "Trouble" with physics, and the science education gap in the Western world. Much work needs to be done.