According to the online site of the independent people
Spains government is now female dominated
Six writers imagine what life would be like if women ruled the world
We'd finally be free to sow wild oats without fear of being labelled "sluts". Men who slept around would be the ones who had to worry about their reputation.
f women ran Britain, there would be half as many pointless meetings, no special advisers, and bureaucracy and the cost of administering government would halve. Parliament would sit during normal working hours, MP's expenses would be abolished and their wage would cover child care and standard class travel on public transport.
Women are much better at multi-tasking and conciliation rather than confrontation, so we would see the end of the three-party system and move to consensus politics.
Already my shoulders are drooping. I'm shrivelling in the chill wind of female efficiency. The world may be safer, saner and even kinder but without that wild, brave stupidity we men have, it has become ever so slightly dull.
And that is just public life. Within millions of homes, the sexual dynamic between men and women – a finely-tuned, hair-trigger mechanism built around power and powerlessness, control and lack of it – has gone hopelessly awry. Those glorious moments of private inappropriateness that shatter the proprieties of the outside world will be lost forever.
And what will happen to humour? Last year Martin Amis revealed that not only was he a feminist, he was "a gynocrat – that is to say, I believe in rule by chicks". Once chicks rule the world, there will be no place for that kind of joke.
A small town in texas is literally run by women, Peggy Baer was elected mayor in May 2007 and leads a five-woman board of aldermen—yes, aldermen—in this town of about 830 residents.
The city secretary, justice of the peace and postmaster also are women, and women manage the bank, feed store, grocery store and nursing home.
The school district's superintendent is male, but a female principal oversees the two schools.
Postmaster Diane Manuel's somewhat tongue-in-cheek rationale: "We have people skills, and we're a lot better to look at than most guys."
She added: "You know why else women run this town? They're not as cocky."
he mayor said the men around town "seem to be very supportive, for the most part.
"There've been a few soreheads who think women can't do this, but they didn't run," said Baer, 65. "And we ran, and we're doing it. We're conducting the business of the city and doing a good job."
Chet Boler, who has worked for the town for six years, most recently as its public works director, is sold on McLean's female leadership.
"The women do a lot more investigating than the men did in making an educated decision," he said. "The women want to do everything by the book, which is the way it needs to be."
"Women can change a diaper, stir a pot of stew, take a phone call and use a leg to drag a toddler out from under the counter," she said. "We don't mind asking questions and saying we don't understand something."
The chancellor of Germany is a women who took power in 2005
womens role is changing , they say 21 century is the womens century
so what about mens roles?
By extension, the word has also come to mean "to socially render a male less of a man," or "to make a male feel himself to be less of a man by subjecting him to humiliation."
but the definition of manhood will be re invented!