When I see a woman sitting on a chair -- be it a news anchor, my female boss, or a cyclist -- I always think: actually, women sit ON their genitals. Men's genitalia dangle in front of them. Not so for women. So in fact, you always sit on your pussy. Perhaps this can be uncomfortable, at times? Is it a strange design flaw? Did God miscalculate somewhere? In any case, since I'm a part-time designer of strictly useful objects (like toothbrushes), I wonder how big the market is for ergonomically designed bicycle seats for women. Many women ride a bicycle. As a new generation of girls is becoming "green", demand for bicycles will only grow (this is already a clear trend in the EU). So in short, if there is a real problem with women and bicycle seats, then the market looks very promising indeed. What do you think? Is sitting on one's pussy uncomfortable? Or is the problem purely imaginary?