After all, programming, like literally everything else, is 99% human and 1% logic, machines, data, "scaling", etc. Programs are written by people for people (incidentally they can also be read by a computer), so it's incredible important that the 99% of that equation (you the programmer) don't become discouraged at the onset by an extremely elegant, expressive, but rather rapey language before you're ready for it. In that sense, it's absolutely okay to be "seduced" by an easy scripting language in the beginning. Eventually, though, when you start lamenting about "undefined is not a function" and how that could be so easily avoided when proper type-checking, that's your body telling you that you're ready for Haskell now.
Well, no, they literally weren't there for me when I was new to programming. (MATLAB existed then, but I wouldn't actually see it for more than a decade.)
And while I don't think they are bad languages for beginners, I don't see a clear argument presented as to why they are superior for that purpose (just a somewhat vulgar analogy that presumes that people share your subjective opinions about the languages involved.)
Pro tip: If your analogy needs a disclaimer that perpetuates gender stereotypes for it to work, then its probably sexist.
In other words, it's sexist in the sense that we recognize there is a biological difference between the sexes - we're not applying it to infer men are automatically rapists, or women are automatically unable to make executive decision. So maybe instead of playing around with labeling terms that carry a lot of negative connotations, you can actually consider the circumstance and context of what is being said before you label.
Now combine that with some data from Christian Rudder's Dataclysm (just a link to a info-pic + summary article here):
Men consume a lot more porn than women and hunt for casual sex a lot more than women. Actually, if you weren't so rustled, you could've just google'd "consumption of porn by gender" and gotten a lot more results than the two I put up there. But yeah, way to not walk away and accept that someone else has a valid point, and feel free to continue loudly cry "no, your stats suck", "give more sources", while hiding behind a throw-away account and throwing out sensational accusations of "sexism!" for the sake of accruing karma on your main one.
"By and large, men prefer images and graphic sex sites; women prefer erotic stories and romance sites." - http://rescuefreedom.org/parallax/wp-content/uploads/2015/01...
Haskell is to programming what bugs are to food. Both are functional, an acquired taste and look scary from the outside.
This may be true for you, but it is not true for everyone. You assume that learning Haskell as a first programming language would be more difficult, but you don't present any evidence to support that claim. People who have done so disagree with you.