Steel & Gardiner again. The following passage from the chapter on moving and setting up one's house illuminates in a truly timeless way the utterly practical and mundane disposition of the female mind.
…the safe transportation of the necessaries of life, such as husband, children, books, and a piano, is generally sufficient strain on the nerves.
I have serious troubles conceptualising the author of the above as an actual victim of any kind of gender oppression.
P.S. The current music is apparently in agreement.