Gendered technology, during the rise of radio

"Radio is for boys only. No girls allowed. Or at least that was the message from so many young men at the dawn of the medium." Matt Novak writes in PS Mag about the "sense of betrayal by many young men in the early 1920s that radio was no longer their exclusive domain," as technologically adept girls began "rushing in and getting their cooties all over everything." (HT: @supe)