I agree & disagree with you. I think there are things men are better at than women, & if a man is more qualified to do a certain job, he should get the job. But you are really belittling women by saying they are not as creative & emotionally intelligent as men. There are tons of famous female poets: Emily Dickenson (my personal hero), Anne Bradstreet (another hero of mine), Alice Walker, Sylvia Plath, Maya Angelou, Anne Sexton, Christina Rossetti, Gertrude Stein, Rita Dove, Gwendolyn Brooks, & the list goes on. As a female poet, I take great offense to your comment. Also, I think one of the most gifted & talented writers of all time is a female, J. K. Rowling. Everyone has their own person taste, but I personally am in awe of J. K. Rowling & her extreme talent, & have always thought she was a better writer than Shakespeare himself. Again, that is my opinion, if you like Shakespeare better, that is your right. But it is wrong of you to take away from the fact that women are talented in this area just because you do not appreciate their art. As for intelligence, I think men & women are equal in their intelligence. Yes, you can argue that they're more reveled scientist in the past, like Einstein, etc., but you have to keep in mind that women in the past could not become scientist. This site lists some of the most intelligent women through history: www.eoht.info/.../IQ%3A+150%2B+%7C+Smartest+woman+ever
As for men being more physically strong, taller, I will give you that, as that is in their biology. But to deny women the right to vote & have a job is very wrong. If you take that away from women, you are destining women who cannot get a husband or who are left by their husbands to dying on the streets. A woman, like any other human being, should have the right to have a job & support herself. If a job requires someone to be physically fit & strong, then I would not argue with you that a man should get the job if he is more qualified.