When I joined this (then) honourable profession, standards were sufficiently high to ensure that the vast majority of lawyers were men. It was then recognised that the proper place for a woman was at home, doing the housework and looking after the children. True, there were some female lawyers, but they were mostly lesbians, so that doesn't count.
How times have changed. I have it on good authority that female lawyers in this profession include a Supreme Court justice, a High Court judge (and former Chairman of the Family Law Bar Association) and a QC. Quite how these women can do these jobs with their smaller brains and lower IQs, I don't know.
Don't get me wrong. I like women, in their place, such as the kitchen, or the bedroom. They do not, however, belong in the courtroom. I mean, how many judges are impressed by knitting and crochet? None.
Now, however, I can hardly move in a court waiting-room without brushing against a woman lawyer.
How could we have allowed this situation to come to pass? Personally, I think giving women the vote was the thin end of the wedge, and the country has gone downhill ever since. Absurd nonsense such as 'equality' laws accelerated the trend (they hardly did anything for men's equality, did they?).
It's no coincidence that the profession no longer commands the respect it once did. Only a man can understand the complexities of the law, and the general public, stupid as they are, understand this basic fact. That's why we at Venal & Grabbit are proud to say that we do not employ women, save in the menial tasks for which they are qualified, such as secretaries and cleaners.
So, I say: the little woman should stay at home - a man should do a man's job! Only this way can the profession recover its greatness.