No, I'm not talking about managing cooking, cleaning and ironing, this is about the real business management. A study found that in our German corporations there are only very few women in top management positions. OF COURSE this is due to discrimination, there can't be any other explanation, so immediately there was talk about introducing a law that commands corporations to employ a certain quota of females in top positions.
Funny sidenote: When asked about a timeframe for implementation of such a law, our Secretary of Labor (btw, she was an avid supporter of Internet censorship before she switched ministries) said "it should be done in less years than I have fingers on my hand". So it appears she can't even count to five, but argues for women in directorate positions?
Thank God such a law has been widely denounced, as it may attach a stigma to every woman in a leading position, since people might suspect her to be just a "quota woman" that only got the job due to her gender.
Personally, I don't have a problem putting girls on a pedestal, especially if they are strippers. But if they want to get into the inner circles of the board of directors, it may help if they get into golf and play a few rounds with the bosses, just like everybody else.