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Are Women Today Losing Their “Female” Skills? [POLL]

If you believe "The Courier Mail", women are in danger of losing their "female" skills.  That's basically a sexist way to say that women today can't do the kinds of things in the kitchen and the garden that their moms and grandmothers did.  For example . . .

Only 51% of girls under 30 can cook a pot roast, compared to 82% of the women who are baby boomers.  Only 23% can grow a plant from a cutting, which 78% of their moms and grandmothers could do.

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