Back in the old days, there were no cell-phones, silly-nilly!
I think I have a burgundy locking briefcase somewhere. I never use it, as I prefer a bag with a shoulder-strap so you have both hands free. How that is part of a feminist conspiracy, I don’t know.
Secretaries shouldn’t send love notes to their bosses, unless they were married or in a serious relationship (with none of them married to anyone else).
If my husband wanted hockey-tickets for him and his friends, I’d gladly buy them for him, and put them on the refrigerator for him to find.
How did feminists decide what bags men were to use? What is a “feminine” color? A hundred years ago, red/pink was a strong masculine color, and blue was a cool, demure color, fitting for a woman.
My husband has a bright yellow bag from Jack Wolfskin, or an equally sporty red rucksack. The only times I’ve looked in them have been when he’s asked me to, or when the knife for his lunchbox was missing one afternoon, and I guessed it was at the bottom of the bag (and it was). I told him about it, and he said “Good”. He’s at least as much a feminist as Benedict Cumberbatch or Bill Bailey are.
That’s Bill Bailey, not my husband, FYI. Bill looks a bit like my dad; they have the same haircut, and my dad used that kind of pipe while he was still smoking. Bill is 18 years younger than my dad, though.