Why and How
Why do you think we have idioms like "man up" but no equivalent on the other side of the gender aisle?
Why is beer a "man's drink" and a white wine spritzer a "lady drink"?
Why is it okay to insult a boy or a man by saying they're acting like a girl?
Why is acting like a girl usually presumed to be a bad thing?
Why do men hold doors for women, but women don't for men?
Why's it still more common (and sometimes expected) for a man to pick up a first-date check than a woman (if you don't go dutch)?
Why is it considered so much more natural for younger women to be with older guys than it is in the opposite? Why are women "cougars" and men are just…men?
Why is it so much more common for physically beautiful women to be with physically unattractive men? (Think, would you ever see a male version of Sophia Vergara ever married to a female version of Ed O'Neil?)
Why can men walk around without their shirts on every beach and women can't?
Why are there so few women CEOs, in Congress?
Why do women still only make 77 cents on the dollar a man makes?
How do we change these things?
What would you add to this list?
How do you think any of these things will change? Any of them you think are just fine the way they are?