Glinda, a contributor to the vast Manolo empire, ponders manners and morals in post-feminist America:
I really do want my son to be the kind of person that opens doors for ladies and pushes in his girlfriend’s chair when they go to a nice restaurant.
But how to do that without sending the message that girls are deserving of special treatment, which many feminists say ain’t so?
Talk about mixed messages.
Or am I just overthinking this whole thing?
For a look back at how decorum functioned in the era of stone knives and bear skins, click here.