Have you seen the Lady Pharaoh? The main theme of Women: Theory and Practice is that a discrepancy exists between the way women are rumored to function and the way in which they actually do. The hype surrounding females has grown to bizarre proportions, yet it is totally divergent with their actual ability, achievement, and potential. Our culture has wrongly declared them to be intellectually, morally, and emotionally superior to men. The shine with which women have been burnished is totally synthetic. One cannot help but wonder if their champions believe them to be superheroes in human garb. Indeed, if one only listened to the mainstream media and the speech of our politicians they would come away with the belief that women excel at every task and that there is nothing in this world that they cannot do. The last few sentences would qualify me as a chauvinist in the eyes of our cultural magnates, but such a slur would be unfounded. Only in a public square corrupted by Wonderland logic could someone be slandered as chauvinist for stating that women are no better than men. I have been careful not to imply that men are superior to women, and the reasons for my doing so is that I do not believe that they are.