VI: It's known, according to studies, that women make up the majority of worshippers at all churches. Why exactly is not known but it most probably has to do with their psychological nature.
Actually, the reason has far more to do with external factors like...oh...say...imbalance of power in the culture at large.
Religion attracts powerless people. That is why more women turn to religion - for a sense of empowerment - for a lot of women, it is the only source of power they have.
And by the way...it is sort of humorous to read the responses of men who project the standard stereotype of women "being more sensitive" and having emotional shortcomings, etc. And it is funny that it is the men commenting on this thread and not women. Poor, poor women...they don't even understand themselves what is happening...poor things.
The underlying issue is not personality/psychological/emotional shortcomings of the female sex.
The underlying issue is that men, in our patriarchal society, have taken women's power away from them. Men have taken more than their share of the pie, leaving women in a position to look for ways to feel what it is that they deserve, as a fundamental right - their own power.
Unfortunately, religion offers a delusional state of self-empowerment, when it is anything but that. It becomes a catch-22 for women - be powerless or join a religion to feel powerful - a religion run by men. It is a lose-lose situation for women.