Everyone’s heard about the gender wage gap, but there’s another gap between men and women that’s even larger and potentially more troubling. It’s called the gender occupational fatality gap. 93% of workplace fatalities are men. The so-called most dangerous professions: logging, fishing, toxic-waste cleanup, all dominated by men. Some might say that the gender death gap exists because women are less interested in high-risk jobs. But is that really the case? Or are those jobs high-risk because all these clumsy men keep f***ing them up and dying? Would female roofers die at a staggering rate of 600+ a year? Or are women better equipped to fight the urge to toss around a hammer because they miss playing quarterback in high school? Perhaps a lady trucker on the road would mean fewer accidents. I mean, you don’t have to worry about her masturbating behind the wheel every time she sees a mudflap girl. Perhaps Siegfried and Roy would still be in business if they weren’t two German guys, but instead, a duo of nurturing cat ladies from Wisconsin I’m sorry, but it seems like everything men touch becomes high-risk. Roofers, steel workers, these men are dying to preserve the patriarchy. They need our help. It’s time for women to enter the so-called “dangerous professions” and save the day. Mine shafts are filled with nothing but men. Accident prone, neglectful men, who die on the job like it’s their job. But it’s an easy fix! Let’s get some ladies down there who will actually listen to the canary in the coal mine, instead of trying to eat it like some barbarian. The success of Wonder Woman should serve as an inspiration, specifically for more women to fight crime! And to do crime. Both sides, under-represented. Plus, with more women entering male-dominated fields, opportunities will open up for men to try once female dominated lower risk jobs. Guys, ever thought about customer service? Or child care? Or office work? Just try not to electrocute yourself photocopying your butthole. Women have put in a lot of work to make these jobs low-risk. Now it’s time for us to the same for the deadliest ones. Let’s show men that we can do exactly what they do, but also die far less. I’ll start! Today is my last day as an actress– and my first night shift as a truck stop gas station attendant on a deserted stretch of highway. This job feels safer already! Are you ready to join me, ladies? What dangerous job do you think more women should get involved in? Let us know in the comments, and subscribe to our channel, We The Internet TV, and follow us on Twitter and Facebook for new videos every week.