I can't speculate about the aforementioned studies concerning women
possibly changing the world under different conditions. But speaking from
personal experience, I can unquestionably say that women certainly changed my
world... once I got married. And they've been changing it ever since.
The claim that US GDP would increase by 5% if women were employed at the same
rate as men seems a little silly. US GDP would also improve if our almost 8%
unemployment rate went down. I expect little change in the unemployment rate
during the Obama administration.
It would be an injustice and shame if all women were convinced they should be
something they are not. This 5% of disgruntled women are the real losers and
being brainwashed to think they should change the world.Not only are
the sexes different physically, they are different in DNA, thought, rules, and
resulting objectives for the same task. I have all the respect in the world for
women and go beyond fair to insure they know they are needed. There are too many
genetic differences that would put the world in chaos if the world became
effeminate. The Amazon Women theory is not reality and the concept has no
validity. Should men disappear from a tribe, they would seek out a man by
genetic instinct and need. I am advocate of gender inequality
because the inequality's compliment each other and makes the world a better
place. There's noting more phony and obvious than a woman trying to think
and behave like a man. A man and woman are complementary, but a woman on woman
is a nightmare of jealousy, deceit, deception, and mistrust that is apparent in
any workforce. Men do accept female leaders but not as warriors.