I'd like to keep thinking that only the most insecure men feel threatened by women's confidence, and ambition. Truth is: I get proof everyday that it might me a mere illusion. The strength we, as women, might be looking for might as well be found in ourselves. Even in a Maureen Dowd op-ed piece, and even if she's talking politics, I see signs of deep regression. Or is it just an acknowledgement of each other's real sensitivities?
“When women were the ones choosing, the more intelligence and ambition the men had, the better. So, yes, the stereotypes appear to be true: We males are a gender of fragile egos in search of a pretty face and are threatened by brains or success that exceeds our own.” Ray Fisman
It's his opinion, yes, but anyway...
Oh God forgive me for I've never fantasized about the flight attendant job