There's a lot of worry in philosophy about the gender gap: Why does it exist? What should we do about it? I sometimes wonder why this is thought to be so vexing and urgent, compared to other gender gaps. The person who fixes our air conditioning is always a man. The people who mow our lawn are 100% male. The folks who service our car are all male. The people who try to sell you a car are almost always male. The termite inspector is male. Food for thought: is the gender gap equally problematic in all these areas, or especially problematic in philosophy? Should we care about all gender gaps equally?