Men are from mars women are from venus dating
But author John Gray goes one step further with the book’s namesake metaphor.Men and women might as well be from two separate planets, men on Mars and women on Venus.Millions of people devoured the simple, packaged promise that men and women could be “figured out.” After all, as women entered the workforce in the 1980s and as divorce rates soared, Americans worried the traditional marriage was at stake.
When he married his new wife Bonnie in 1986, he was ready.
Demand was such that Mattel introduced a board game.
There was a Broadway play of the same name, themed valentines, infomercials, calendars, a magazine, and a CD-ROM with role-playing and punchy graphics that cost .95.
Imagine, writes Gray, that one day invented space travel (emphasis added) and visited the Venusian damsels.
Soon they discovered how different they really were — men were born self-assured leaders, and women emotional talkers — and forgot how to communicate.