Berlioz says a discussion with a female may turn into an argument about male/female relationships the female thinking that the male wants to win a point over the female. So Berlioz says that of course males do want to win the point, but on its merits and not in order to put the female participant down.
Cam anyone please tell me, what this argument is about? Well, of course it concerns male/female relationships. But what is the argument actually about and what kind of points do males want to win? Do males ever let a female win an argument?
I started the discussion a few days ago with:
I just read the above article in the Sydney Morning Herald. It is an edited version of an article first published in The New York Magazine.
So I am asking myself now can married couples be equals? The answer is of course, sure, they can be equals. However in a sexual way they definitely cannot be equals unless they are happy to live more or less in a kind of sibling relationship.
I think the French did get it right a long time ago: Viva la difference!