Previous study found that girls associate 'smartness' with boys by the time they are six years old (stock)'These cultural notions are likely to affect women's involvement in a variety of professions.
In particular, the idea that 'brilliance=men' may discourage women from pursuing activities that are believed to require high levels of intellectual ability.'Female and male students presented with an internship also reacted differently to descriptions of the role.
More importantly, why should beta men pay for the experience of taking Tinesha (or modern women in general) on a test drive?
I get that modern women need the energy to properly service bring the movies man (language warning).
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Stephen Green (Vodkapundit) over at Instapundit has a new post up about a WSJ article: Who Pays on the First Date? The WSJ article is behind a paywall, but the Instapundit post includes a snippet, including this gem: There was a time when Tinesha Zandamela would dig around for her wallet at a first date, anticipating that the guy would insist on paying.Follow-up research asking almost 600 people what they thought of these type of job adverts found women were more anxious if a role required brilliance.They felt less like they would 'belong' in this type of job than one merely requiring dedication.aims to represent that different outlook and to maximise our enjoyment and ability to live life to the full.Be sure to take a look at the pre-retirement courses our retirement training operation Laterlife Learning provides for planning and making the most of retirement.3000 pages of easily searchable valuable information, monthly articles and facilities all with an over 50s flavour from our network of professional writers and researchers.