Questions concerning woman/man relations might include (but are not limited to) these (please note that these are proposed questions for discussion, they are neither statements, rules nor opinions):
*How have man/woman relations changed in the last 50 or so years?
*What factors have contributed to these changes?
*Has the feminist movement affected man/woman relations? In what way?
*Has "women's liberation" affected (1) the family: (2) husband-wife relations, (3) relations with children, (4) children's behavior? How might that influence men/women relations?, in what ways?
*Are women more sexually liberated today than, say, 50 years ago and how does that affect man/woman relations?
(A discussion of women’s sexual freedom might include a look at the extraordinary popularity among women of a very erotic eBook, written by a woman, E-L. James,“Fifty Shades of Grey" (and the sequels) as well as a discussion of so-called “mommy porn” in general.).
*What external factors in today's society affect man/woman relations? Unemployment, possible alienation by technology, consumerism, television, etc.
*Is it true or not, as some men claim, that "Trying to reason with a woman is like trying to eat soup with a fork." If it isn't true, why isn't it? If it isn't true why do quite a few men think that it is?
*Are women’s GRE scores lower than men’s? If so, why?
*Do female students trade sex for grades?
*How common are sexual relations between student/teacher? Why do instances of female teacher/male student sexual encounters seem to get more press coverage than male teacher/female student relations? Or do they?