Some men, but certainly not "men" as a whole.Margaret did so by rejecting men as inefficient or incompetent.I'm aware of our brutal honesty. However, it was hard to tell what you were referring to when you said "you wouldn't know about that" given the way you structured your sentences.I know you know male expectations, but you most likely wouldn't be familiar with the expectations placed on entj women. It was meant to be factual, not patronizing. Remember we use brutal honesty? ;)
And that's why writing well and clearly is important.
Regardless, I'm also aware of the expectations placed on women, contrary to what you were suggesting; however, I don't think most ENTJ women "lie" (to use your word). I think they tone down their public aggressiveness and try to minimize confrontation more than men do, but that's just being diplomatic, not dishonest. Thatcher and Hepburn never "lied" - they played politics by selling their ideas in a way that the mainstream would understand and debating them openly.