In fact, I'm the only one on this thread to have provided a proper, truthful answer.
Men are more suited to be prophet than women, the inferior, weaker gender.Quote has been trimmed, See full post:
Being a prophet involved meeting people secretly and openly; moving throughout the land; confronting liars and establishing proof against them and debating with them; preparing and leading armies; and going through the sufferings of war. All of that is suitable for men but not for women.
The role of a prophet demands that the prophet should be in charge of those who follow him, so he issues commands and prohibitions to his followers, and he rules and judges among them. If a woman were entrusted with such tasks, she would not be able to do them properly, and there would be people who would refuse to follow and obey her.
Masculinity is just more perfect than femininity. Muslims believe that Allah said that women are lacking in reason and religious commitment.
Women have to cope with things that prevent them from doing many tasks, such as menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth, which is accompanied by psychological stresses and pains, in addition to the care that is required by the child. All of that prevents her from being able to fulfil the role of Messenger and carrying out its duties.