I've never read this column in the Washington Post before. Someone on twitter pointed it out. There are at least four things wrong with this article by Suzi Parker and the column itself. 1) "She" is underlined in lipstick. Men think that they can turn something in print woman-y by using lipstick. This trick is silly. 2) The article appears to be an ad for Family Circle. 3) She the People is supposed to be a column on women writing about politics and culture. Do we really need to label it in such a manner. Haven't we passed the point where women can write about such things without a special label? 4) The article itself is wasted space.