Men always want, or think they want, something other than what they have. Women always want to keep what they have; they just want it to be new and different all the time. "With this the gist and sum of it," as Dorothy Parker once asked plaintively, "What earthly good can come of it?" And the answer is, as Dottie well knew, that the impossible conflict supplies endless material for works of art, which men and women can happily attend together, each gender thinking how admirable the other is, while secretly being gratified at its own... More >>>