The Spanish scientist, Ramon y Cajal, wrote about how a scientist should choose a wife:
Do not choose a rich woman she will wasteyour productive nights
in the theater.
Do not choose an artist she has a “masculine mind”.
Choose a homemaker she will take care of the “small task” of
raising your children so you can devote your time to research.
In La Escalera, her work in DNA, Nelly Akerman Singer places paired photographs of famous women between the rungs of a ladder and asks: Would any of these Women qualify for Ramon y Cajal’s