Tuesday, November 09, 2004
The bitch uses intimidation and aggression to get her way; she may be effective, but she is not liked and can become isolated.
The geisha, as one might expect, is manipulative woman - usually young - who uses female charm, but often finishes by serving the menfolk rather than directing them.
The guy is the woman who becomes as masculine, and as corporate, as possible, and apes male behaviour.
The invisible woman - well, we've all known one of those kindly, long-suffering females who may have good ideas and a diligent track record, but who are ignored when it comes to getting the credit. Guardian
Im sure we all know someone who fits into one of these stereotypes, but like the article suggests, a woman can be all of these things in different environments. As for me, i'm a bitch at home, a geisha at university/work, a guy on this blog (as some have pointed out by questioning my gender) and an invisible woman in social circuits.
I guess God was referring to the first three types when he said ان كيدكن عظيم (mighty is the snare of a woman).