The following 10 questions are from my Coffee Table Philosophy book, 101 Questions for Women.
Books I and II in the series can be found here and here.
10 Questions for Women:
A cultural way of existing everyone should embrace?
An over-simplified method of pitting men and women against one another?
Or a concept you personally don’t put much thought into?
No Dating Until You’re 50
What is the most valuable life lesson a mother can teach her daughter?
What about her son?
Explain the differences, if any, in the lessons you’d teach one or the other.
Suppose you were queen of the world and everyone in it.
Name three cultural/ideological changes you’d put into place.
Global Fight Club
In your opinion, are men inherently more violent than women?
If yes, is it due to:
The environment we live in?
If women were, on average, physically stronger than men, would they be more violent than men?
But will he take out the Garbage?
Whenever you meet an attractive man for the very first time, what is your first and most instinctive thought?
The Few and the Many
Imagine the world will end in five years.
The government’s plan is to construct one spacecraft for each family. Each ship can hold a family of four. The ships will fly to a nearby star system and drop you off on a habitable planet.
The problem: You and your spouse have four children.
Stay on earth and wait for the end? Leave two kids behind?
Or convince your spouse to send the kids alone without you?
Back to the Beginning
In your estimation, for how many years after your death will the memory of you and all that you’ve done linger in the world?
In other words, considering the way you’ve lived your life, how long will people remember you?
What about the residual effects of knowing you? How long will those last?
Consider that the lessons you taught others might be retaught…forever.
The Laminated List
Imagine you and a significant other have an agreement allowing you each to make a list five names long.
Each name must be a celebrity. If either of you meets someone on of your list, you’re allowed to have sex with them.
Suppose your mate actually meets a celebrity on his list. Are you really ok with him sleeping with her?
What if you met someone on your list? What then?
No Pink Bullets Here
Pretend you’ve been given the authority to rewrite the rules of warfare. In other words, the power is yours to decide how armies engage, how prisoners are treated, and which weapons are lawful and unlawful to use.
Now describe how you think the next World War would go down with your rules in place.
The Object of Everyone’s Desire
If you could be the last woman alive in a world fully populated by men, would you?
101 Questions for Women
J Edward Neill