They conspire to distract the men from their foolish chest-beating. Enough about the movie, except for this simple mind experiment: Can you imagine a movie in which Muslim and Christian women start fighting with religion as their excuse, and the men band together to import go-go boys? The gender roles in the film seem to go without saying. college students, and 60% of all graduate students.I've been noticing news items lately about how women are gaining in many ways. Their income levels are rising, although they still don't have parity with men. the odds are that 80% of the single parents will be women; having given birth, they stick around to raise children, while men are more likely to be missing." It could have occurred during dozens or hundreds of movies.It's set in a tiny village in Lebanon, where Christians and Muslims have lived peacefully side-by-side for generations. But in terms of their lifelong natures, women are kinder, more empathetic, more generous. Most people of both sexes are probably fairly nice, given the nature of their upbringing and opportunities.A man wants to defeat other men and become the leader of the pack. In these times he can demonstrate his potency not by fathering 50 children, but by driving profit margins higher and higher.
The women are tired of burying their sons and husbands. In a bold masterstroke, they import a troupe of exotic Ukrainian dancers who are touring Lebanon.
These are areas in which men are not necessarily better equipped than women.