Martin Burns noted: >>Depends on the job of course... I can imagine some specialist signwriter >>jobs that might require it ;-) Ewwww! ... I don't suppose that there is any need to place a "please don't touch the wet ... uh ... paint" sign on those then, eh? [I will allow, however, that Michelangelo might have disqualified applicants for the job of modeling for his 'David' statue if they weren't able to meet the ... uh ... minimum requirements. And to be fair to those lacking a 'Y' chromosome, applicants qualified for the above job would likely fail, in rather spectacular fashion, the interview to be a 'royal wet nurse'.] But for more common jobs, like F1 pilot (That's a pretty common job over there, isn't it?), I don't see that it makes much difference. RonL.