The Wife Drought" is basically everything I would love to scream to the world and more. Crabb perfectly encapsulates just how much inequality exists between working men and women in terms of employment, salary and career success. And the bottom line? Women need wives. Pure and simple. We need partners who are willing to stay at home or work part-time; partners who can get the kids ready for school, cook dinner and help out with the housework. There are far too many women working full-time, juggling housework and also being the primary caregiver for their children. These women aren't able to stay out late for after-work drinks, often missing out on crucial workplace networking. They aren't able to stop everything at the last minute and dash off to an important conference or get that report in a week before deadline because the boss needs it early.