Does anybody even say "gender tests" any more? Maybe it's a good thing if they don't.
Well, I was a bit disturbed by many Super Bowl ads last night. If that's what men and women are about nowadays, I want no part in it. See, men's views of women can be pretty odd...
Though y'know, ancient Greek mythology has the sculptor Pygmalion falling in love with a sculpture he creates, which ends up coming to life. There may be some wisdom in the tale, and in more recent versions of the living-doll idea. Maybe it's something modern men and women could stand to get in touch with.
What I saw last night was ancient too, as in The World's Oldest Profession, prostitution. Not quite the same thing, thanks.