Across the country, one hears of how women in local governance are mere 'puppets' pirouette by their menfolk
in their family.
And the role of women within our society is not truly valued by the menfolk
Many women played matches "Many women played matches " o raise much-needed funds for " o raise much-needed funds for their menfolk
returning home their menfolk
returning home wounded from the war, rather wounded from the war, rather like the work of Help For Heroes like the work of Help For Heroes today.
Zach Falconer-Barfield, the founder of the course, had set up his firm last year with the aim of "educating menfolk
in the art of good manners", and so far, 150 people have registered for the 'Language of Lingerie' course.
Thus a marriage service that has pious hopes for "'til death" is both unreasonable in the 21 century and against the tradition of the medieval Christian Church in which wealthy wives would retire from their marriages into convent apartments, leaving their horny old menfolk
to hawk their hairy ears, liver-spotted hands and deafness round their vassals' daughters.
While their menfolk
try to reach the pinnacle of the Super League they will be climbing Ben Nevis to raise money for the aspirational Life For A Kid Foundation which helps children aged under 16 to lead improved lives by providing funds and equipment.
A drop-dead member of a US girl band should not have a prayer of winning the hearts of the average I'm A Celeb voter, but while even women agree Ashley (left) is undeniably hot, she has the reassuring look of someone who won't steal their menfolk
when they're at the bingo.
Of course, it's nonsense to speculate that men seek their wives' company more than wives' seek that of their menfolk
As rich images of bitter winter in an icy and isolated village recede, unsmiling menfolk
resume their forays out to sea and their wives and children return to monotonous days of waiting on shore.
is a a heart-warming modern fable that follows a group of Muslim and Christian women in a small, isolated Lebanese village, who band together to ingeniously devise plans to distract the local menfolk
in an attempt to defuse mounting inter-religious tensions.
How very often this question we hear, Mostly from our dear menfolk
I fear, "I know that I put it in that place, So where have you out it in that case?
Then - and this is, admittedly, a slightly oversimplified study of gender relations - their menfolk
will wander into the room, grab the remote and cheerfully say: "Alright love, what's the team news?