You are not the first to have such a thought. Twenty four hundred years ago, Aristophanes wrote a play called Ecclesiazusae (AKA The Assemblywomen) in which he explored what would happen if women took over the government.
After implementing the concepts of economic socialism, they add what you might call sexual socialism, in which the redistribution of sexual wealth occurs. Thus the bitter bulldogs are entitled to as much pleasure from healthy young men as the attractive women get.
But the difference between 2400 years ago and now seems to be that in Ecclesiazusae, the impetus for the takeover did not come from emasculated men, but from the women themselves.
It’s in the public domain and can be found on the internet, along with obligatory explanations from liberals explaining that the play was not so much commentary from Aristophanes on women and socialism but was more sophisticated criticism of the current politicians. Yeah… Aristophanes was sophisticated. Here’s an excerpt.
Yes. Firstly, as agreed, I have let the hair under my armpitsgrow thicker than a bush; furthermore, whilst my husband was at the Assembly,I rubbed myself from head to foot with oil and then stood the whole day long in the sun. SECOND WOMAN
So did I. I began by throwing away my razor, so that I mightget quite hairy, and no longer resemble a woman.
In any case, it reminds me that there is nothing new under the sun.
Remember there used to be a prolific poster at the other site who started a thread about how women weren’t suited for office because they were either PMSing or having menopausal rages lol. Can’t remember his name but I miss his posts. Funny stuff.
“Pressley will become the first black woman to represent Massachusetts in Congress, after serving as the first black woman to serve on the city council. Capuano was a 10-term incumbent, representing a district covering an area stretching southwest from Boston. Capuano conceded Tuesday evening.”