Jeff asked Ami something along those lines. She mumbled something about women not being used to sticking up for each other. Blah, blah, blah.
To me, the answer is obvious. Women (and men) are not defined solely by their standard equipment. When it was Ami, Scout, Leann, Julie, Elisa, Twila, and Chris, it just oversimplified matters by assuming the women were all of the same mind. Actually, it's kind of degrading.
Survivor is a game that is won by an individual. And even if you are determined to engineer an all-female (or all-male) final four, someone has to be left out. In large part, that is what Chris benefited from. He didn't assert himself, and let the individual women play against each other. No, it wasn't a sure thing for him. But what happened wasn't, in my mind, surprising.
And no, Ami, it wasn't some unfortunate dysfunctional moment for women.