By CAROL SANDLER
When we longed for the coming of what we once liked to call the New Man, don’t you sometimes think we should have been more careful what we wished for?
Back then, we thought we knew what we wanted. Moreover, what we thought we wanted didn’t sound unreasonable.
Put-upon women - run ragged by Neanderthal demands that we perform in the office, kitchen and bedroom - believed that if our partners could just be kicked up the backside of their latent sensitivity, they’d graduate from cavemen to soul-mates, and our lives would be that much easier for it.