A group of professional women, some of us single, some married were talking yesterday about the above alleged statement from an exasperated husband with a broken heart.
"What, is this the state of feminism? Where do they want us, back in the kitchen?" one of my colleagues asked.
"Yeah, but I bet "they" want to marry our incomes," another said.
"Try buying a house in L.A. on one income," co-signed an unmarried- but- looking attractive brunette.
Since when does a woman's earning power become a selling point to be a good wife, partner and mate?
There is a enormous difference between being a career woman and a woman with a career. It is a matter of priorities, of choices, of vision.
I believe some men are scared silly of the grit and determination it takes for an ambitious woman to scratch and crawl her way through the glass ceiling. And some women don't know how and when to turn that power surge off.
Is it women who should change or is it men? My way or the highway works at work, but rarely at home.
Fellas, I would like to hear from you on this. There is a polarization between women and men off all ages like I have never seen before in my life. There is anger and resentment on both sides which has turned the battle between the sexes into a nuclear war without winners.