I've gone looking at a few houses in my time in the hopes of nailing a woman, but dinner and a movie can be equally effective.
teak- I agree largely with your first paragraph, but it does not lead logically to your conclusion re women. Also, age and nationality are not the same as sex in this regard.
Re your previous posts, these sentiments seem to me to be mutually exclusive:
teak wrote: I don't say that women architects are better or worse than men.
teak wrote: I do not claim or suggest that women are better architects than men.
teak wrote: I would expect a greater degree of appreciation of home maintenance convenience in a woman - not only round the kitchen but in other things too, stairs, room inter-relation, sound and so on.
Usability things. Things you could often draw down to a woman more easily than to a man.
teak wrote:Just that I'd like to give them a fair run out.
I'm sure women architects everywhere are very grateful for the chance at 'a fair run out'. If only the rest of us were so enlightened.