"When 1,100 Michigan elementary students were asked to describe what life would be like if they were the opposite sex, over 40 percent of the girls saw advantages to being male; they would have better jobs, higher incomes, and more respect. Ninety-five percent of the boys saw no advantage to being female, and a substantial number thought suicide would be preferable."
Deborah Rhode in Speaking of Sex: The Denial of Gender Inequality
quoted by Andrea Dworkin in Scapegoat
(Source: books.google.com, via a-cursivegirl)