She says that there are many individuals everywhere who do not what their gender predicts of them (Many women do B, many men do A).
This is a very restricted usage of the word 'statistical'. Even if the two normal curves for men and women overlapped by 90%, there would still be real differences. Reynolds seems to be implying that if there is any overlap of tendencies at all, the results are merely statistical (which can be a code-word for 'not real').
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