If women and their adaptable selves are really going to take over the world, we need to make certain that they bring along some men and some historical hindsight.
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Does a stay-at-home dad volunteering at your children's school "startle" you? How about a female CEO? A male nurse? A female rugby player?
By: Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Senior Writer
Published: 08/07/2012 07:08 PM EDT on LiveScience
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I've never had a problem meeting bread winners. My challenge is meeting a wage earner who cares about something besides himself, his screenplays and Tim Tebow.
Women are constantly inundated with studies and anecdotal commentary that show how women haven't achieved a presence in the upper echelons of corporations or in other career pursuits.
"Needy" has been transformed into a slur, an insult we use to delegitimize women's needs and concerns, making them think twice before asking for what they need -- if they ask at all.
Women are dominating in the digital "battle of the sexes." That's what the numbers say, anyway.
An infographic from marketing firm Digital Flash N...
Sometimes, my single lady friends and I, we complain. I know, I know: For the most part, we're happy, independent, well-adjusted women perfectly happy being by ourselves. Yada yada.
In the latest round of the battle of the sexes, it appears that men have come out ahead.
Men donate to charity more frequently and give more money ...
Women want equal rights, but some expect old standards to prevail when it suits their needs.
Many moms are happy and willing to martyr themselves.
It's nice to get compliments. Just make sure you don't give them -- or take them -- too seriously.
Real progress will happen when grown-ups no longer choose to listen to grown men behaving like children, or defend grown men behaving like children on the grounds that it's "entertaining."
It's clear that this cast of survivors is certainly skewed towards the lower end of the IQ range. But hey, at least Chelsea can wrangle chickens.
Neanderthal women dragged by a fistful of hair to their suitor's cave-boudoir were most likely thinking, "If only Lance had brought me that saber tooth necklace I'd asked for, I would have gone willingly."
Dangerous Minds is often an invaluable resource for cringe-worthy vintage advertising, but this one is in a category all by itself.
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Giving men a monopoly on desire is just as unfair as imagining that all men have the same desires.
The oldest NFL player, Giants punter Jeff Feagles, is expected to retire today. Grandpa Brett Favre... still up in the air.
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In essence, women feel they've hit a "glass ceiling" in the home, pulling for an adversarial instead of a collaborative relationship over collective aspirations, goals and principles.
If men and women see success in the work place and at home as a zero sum game -- I win, you lose -- then we will not move beyond where we are today.
Maybe the AP's version of overt gender stereotyping is actually preferable to the more insidious undercutting that happens in papers across the country every day -- not just in athletics.
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