"And the men in gray flannel suits, now in their fifties, still look pretty good when you see them on the commuting trains. Some of them will stand up to give a lady a seat, if she's pretty enough, and they will open doors for ladies when they are walking from one car to another. When called a male chauvinist pig, a man in a gray flannel suit looks confused. He's supporting a wife, a former wife, maybe a mistress and three daughters in college, in addition to his mother in a nursing home. On weekends he does the dinner dishes. What more do women expect of him?"
What Shall We Wear To This Party, by Sloan Wilson