The title of the play does not match the deep way the playwright chooses to explore the question about what women want. I thought of the popular song "The Rose" sung by Bett Midler and others. Verses three and four of that song speak to the sentiments expressed in this play.I did not like the Avery character at all. She may be clever and have a fresh perspective but she could not build a home. I loved the play. I will tell everyone about it. I'm a little disturbed about how unattractive the man is portrayed. He comes across as a twisted, confused, pot bellied and immature 'boy' who allows himself to be manipulated by women. Is this what feminism has done to men?