The title "psychologist" is in the USA and the UK protected; there is no such thing as a "social psychologist", though there are people who study social psychology. Furthermore, Damore's document is not as black and white as you contend and, in addition, we are psychobiologically different. It is odious to label Damore as thinking in terms of black and white, when the psychobiology of sexually dimorphic non sexual behaviours does indicate spectra in various dimensions of human behaviour.
I note that you appear to be a right on Los Angeles author, possibly pulled in for entertainment value, but you are merely an idiot specialising in egregious silliness. Sit on the naughty step until you have grown up. As you sit there read up on sexually dimorphic non sexual behaviours, also read the literature showing differences in the neuroanatomy of females vs males. For example, the pre optic bulb of the anterior hypophysis in males has smaller nuclei that are greater in number to the female variant, where (obviously) the nuclei are larger and fewer in number. You would benefit from looking at experimental work at the phenomenal level by, e.g., Corcoran et al. who found that females are better than males in a silent 'e' checking task; IOW they detected more silent instances of the letter 'e' in text that was presented to them.
In 'socialist' East Germany, before the reunification, Günther Dörner carried out a vast amount of research on the matter. It ranged from the greater musculature and aggression of males, through to reproductive behaviours (e.g. how some females of some species adopt the 'lordosis' postion prior to and during copulation), and caused a great deal of opprobrium (though it has to be said that his idea of neurosurgery to 'cure' homosexuality didn't help) from politically correct twits such as yourself, who cannot swallow the truth and have to misrepresent it by dint of PC psychobabble. The Canada based philosopher, Michael Ruse, wrote a great deal on the subject that is worth a long calm read.
At the more gross level you will find that while dogs cock and, shall we for the sake of robo mod call them 'lady dogs', squat. It is clear, from the macular to the molar level that there are sexually dimorphic non sexual behavioural differences, and the more recent research showing that males have more effective hippocampal 'place' cells (sense of place in a location) than females adds to the lore.
To use a phrase from Californian psychobabble, do go and "have a swim in lake you".