We were talking over dinner about being a lady. My daughter (21) was "blown off" by a boy so he could go out with his cousins. He had told her for two weeks he wanted to take her out after she got off work on Wednesday. 1/2 hour before she got off he calls to say he was going out with the cousins instead. She had picked out an outfit and made special effort to look good. She came home. I told her she needed to say somthing to him and tell him she would not put up with this treatment. You teach people how to treat you and if you let him get away with it he will think he can. Also when you do go out, let him hold doors for you and treat you like a lady. Her view is if you let them hold doors and such you are "high maintenance" and "weak" I think you can be a lady and be equal and strong in the relationship and told her so. What do you think? I especially want to hear from the feminist population.