Imagine walking into a museum and seeing an ad for an exhibit entitled simply "woman". What would immediately come to mind? Your answer to that question will probably tell you a lot about yourself. If you take the abstract meaning and imagine that it would be some sort of retrospective of female humanity from cave times to now, you're probably among the university-educated post-feminist crowd who think of womanhood as one long, torturous struggle for equality and recognition through adversity and pain. If on the other hand you imagine an exhibit featuring a living, breathing, beautiful example of female humanity like Petula, for example, then you're a lot more pro-value than your feminist contemporaries. If you would like to see the female body respected and admired, and if you think that it's appropriate to use a beautiful woman to represent all women, everywhere, then you're the kind of person who thinks in superlatives, and isn't afraid to insist on the best. If you had to choose one woman to represent them all, who would you choose, and why? Petula may represent your ideal woman, but even if she doesn't, her beauty and the values it represents still make her an ideal candidate for such an exhibit. And if you recognize that truth, you're well on the path to living the best life possible for any man.