"'Women want boyfriends to be like their girlfriends, fun to go to the pictures with, but men are not like that. They want sex and they grunt. If you really want a man to be nice to you, never give him a hard time, never talk about emotions and never ask him how he is feeling."
— Fay Weldon, British novelist most famous for The Life and Loves of a She-Devil, a tale of one woman's revenge against her cheating husband. In the same interview, the author formerly known as a feminist suggests that life would be easier if women cleaned up after men, cooked for them, and were less picky about their mates. What do you think of her about-face as a feminist, her ideas about how women should behave, and her stereotypes of men as unable — and unwilling — to discuss emotions?