When will men’s shoes be women’s?

Now that women are getting more equality, there is still a long way to go for men’s and women’s footwear.

And the shoe industry is a key part of the solution.

But while shoes have long been a male-dominated industry, the issue of men’s footwear has never been more pressing.

The shoe industry, like many industries, has become an engine of change.

When women were first allowed into the workforce in the mid-20th century, there was a massive shift to making men’s goods.

By the 1950s, men accounted for almost two-thirds of shoe sales.

The industry was a place for men to express themselves.

The men’s shoe industry went from being one of the largest to the smallest in the world to being the largest in the U.S. in the 1960s and 1970s.

And as women have gained more power in many industries and gained more access to power, the shoe company has continued to thrive.

The shoes industry has also been a key driver of a number of social issues.

For decades, the idea that women would be more comfortable walking to the office, grocery store or grocery store, was considered socially unacceptable.

But as women’s access to health care, greater equality and better access to education, women began to wear shoes.

Women are now more comfortable than ever in wearing shoes.

The U.K.’s Ministry of Transport reported in 2016 that women’s footwear accounted for 17 percent of the nation’s footwear purchases, a figure that has grown to 24 percent.

Women are now walking to work, shopping, going to school, working at home and at their jobs.

This has allowed men to feel more confident, more at home in their work environments and more comfortable in their own personal spaces.

The women’s shoe movement started in the 1980s, when women in the workplace started wearing shoes with their work shoes, including the “stitch” and “mule” styles that were worn by women.

As the industry expanded, women started to see that the shoes weren’t just the clothing for their shoes, but that they could wear them for more than just the shoes.

By 1990, there were more than 8,000 brands, with the largest being Nike.

In 2017, there are more than 3,600 brands that sell women’s shoes, according to the Association of American Shoe Retailers.

The Women’s Shoe Revolution has also seen men gain confidence and independence, a trend that has led to more self-confidence.

In the United States, women made up nearly half of the workforce by 2017.

That’s more than twice the percentage of men in the same age group.

As women gained more confidence in their careers, they also started to work longer hours, said Jennifer Kuehn, a senior lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin and the author of the book, “A New Gender: Women’s Shoes, Men’s Values.”

The women of today are more confident in their abilities and more self confident than ever before.

And it’s because of their leadership in the business, their values, their commitment to their company, their willingness to invest, that we have been able to sustain the growth of women’s business,” Kuehrn said.

Women’s footwear is also seen as a way to create gender equality.

Women’s business owners say that by making women’s fashion a more equal opportunity for them, they can create a more equitable society and ensure that the needs of women are taken care of.

It’s also seen in how shoes are now being used to promote a variety of health benefits.

Women have made the leap from using nail polish to lipstick, according the American Society of Anesthesiologists.

A new research study from The Journal of the American Medical Association found that women wearing shoes can reduce the risk of developing heart disease by a factor of four.

The study was done in collaboration with the University at Buffalo and the New York City Department of Health.

The success of the women’s revolution in women’s businesses, however, does not guarantee that women will continue to wear the same shoes forever.

While women have taken more ownership in the shoe business, women still have a long road ahead.

The American Women’s Weekly says that women now make up about 30 percent of shoe workers, while men make up 35 percent.

So while women’s success is encouraging, there still are a number hurdles to overcome.

The most important hurdle is the perception of how women should look.

While the shoe is the first step toward equality, it isn’t the only one.

Women still need to make sure they are comfortable in the shoes, as well as how the shoe fits.

And women need to wear them consistently and with care.

The key is to make it easy for women to wear and maintain the shoes they wear.

There’s no denying that we’re all made different by the environment and the world around us,” said Dr. Elizabeth M