“You were used to having no one share the reward but now there was no one to share the work, either.”Monday, March 13th, 2017
Washington Post Opinion: The day they disappeared. By Alexandra Petri.
“At first it seemed as if it might be heaven.
You could walk down the street and attend school free from the uncomfortable presence of a woman who had chosen distracting attire. There were no women in sweatpants or yoga pants or skirts of any length, with hair covered or with hair uncovered — or women, indeed, of any kind at all. Finally, you did not have to worry about feelings. The world was one big locker room.”