Oh, Well, You Know How Women Are and Isn't That Just Like a Man!
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She also talks about women getting the vote, and why men don't want women to be equal; and why men in love are more like cats, while women are more like dogs. This actually made sense, as well as being funny. I think she summed up the whole Battle Of The Sexes best with this sentence: So women know men better than men know women, and are rather like the little boy’s definition of a friend: “A friend is a feller who knows all about you, and likes you anyhow.”
I admit I laughed more at Rinehart's essay. It was not man-bashing, there is respect and admiration here, but I admit it is always fun to connect with another woman who so obviously understands men. She mentions early on that she has lots of tales she could tell about a certain man in her life what fun it would have been to sit down with Rinehart and swap husband stories!
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