) asks whether a work of fiction features at least two women or girls who talk to each other about something other than a man or boy.
The questions become if any women will show up and if they do if any of them will be who Sheldon was expecting. With a little effort I can take a skiff out to sea and scramble up that gangplank anytime I want. What they and their unexpected third see through the restaurant window may not tell the entire story of what is ... When Bernadette reverses her car into Dave's and the airbags in Dave's car deploy this is impossible for two reasons 1 The ignition would have to be on, 2 airbags deploy at a rate of deceleration and Bernadette wasn't going fast enough to cause them to deploy. [...] And I tried to remember any case in the course of my reading where two women are represented as friends. But almost without exception they are shown in their relation to men.It was strange to think that all the great women of fiction were, until Jane Austen's day, not only seen by the other sex, but seen only in relation to the other sex.