There's also benefits to being in a workplace that's quickly becoming dominated by women.
What benefits? I work in a field that has been dominated by women for a long time now, and, fantasies aside, there aren't really any benefits to it. Not only is it like trying to get work done in a chicken coop, but they also talk about all kinds of female-related issues that I don't need to know about. And then there's the unintentional sexual harassment issue.
I work better with women than men, always have. As a whole they're much better at actually getting things accomplished, for my opinion. You can bounce ideas back and forth, get problems brought up that are actually important, divvy up work more easily.
Too many guys and they spend all their time shooting down everyone else's ideas, it's virtually impossible to make any headway without going through the obligatory measuring contest. What's the saying? Women will agree with you even if they don't mean it, and men will disagree with you even if they don't mean it? Something like that. There's a point where a male dominated workplace just comes apart in lieu of a clear leader. People will stop trying to figure out the better ideas, and start disagreeing for the sake of disagreeing, then going with the ideas of the person who wins the 'king of the mountain' contest. Spent some time doing consulting for a software firm that was like 95% men. Ugh, never again, that was insane. Young male syndrome on full display, you couldn't ask for opinions from a group without starting a major argument, and nothing ever got resolved in the end.
Granted there's a point where you can move too far the other direction. The wife's workplace is her and 9 other women; my goodness the stories that come out of that place.
Anyway, let me work in a smaller group that's like 60% or 70% female, and watch stuff get done.
"One good thing about this pregnancy is that my boobs have gotten a loot bigger and firmer! What do you think?"
Well yeah, if you use lines like that of course you'll have sexual harassment issues.