how women won the sex war

Posted on August 15, 2006. Filed under: Politics |

Quotes from last week’s Economist:

“Technology and globalisation are undermining the usefulness of males skills. Take map-reading. The female tendency to call for five right turns while holding the map upside down, playing “I spy” with the children and remarking on interesting features of the local half-timbering has been attested to over many decades by impartial scientists as well as by irritated husbands. But once satellite navigation rendered the ability to tell the cartographic difference between a car park and a lake redundant, that aspect of male superiority disappeared out of the window.”

In otherwords — women can mutli-task by nature, men are losing their grasp on the powerhold. It goes on to explain that these days upper management needs to have “emotional intelligence, empathy, and communication.” All traditionally female traits.

So what are the poor blokes to do?

“Wise chaps seeking professional advancement should therefore spend their free time with groups of women”.

What do you think fellas? Are we finally at the tipping point to equality? Or matriarchal power? Haha.


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So, um… when that whole “glass ceiling” goes the other way, you know we’re going to look up your skirts, right?

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