The women of the world were fed up. For too long, they had seen alpha males make an awful mess of things, what with a constant penchant for war, domination, and a general proclivity for smashing things up. In the hopes of finding some sort of solution to the alpha male problem, they began to look to the past.
In particular, they focused on World War 2, when alpha males were off fighting other alpha males. This left women to do such jobs as welding, engine mechanics, plumbing, electrical work, and many other male dominated jobs. With this historical touchstone as a guide, they made use of the technology at their present disposal to bring about radical changes.
After the alpha males passed out from the sleeping pills that women had ground into their food, they placed the alpha males in stasis chambers, where they floated, unconscious and blindfolded, an air mask covering their head. During this time, a number of brain wave implantation devices filled the minds of the alpha males with memories of heroic battles that never took place. The remaining men, meanwhile, were free to do such tasks as raising children without incurring the wrath of alpha males.
The women soon grew to like a world that consisted solely of men who said such unusual things as “I don’t know what do you think?” and “that’s a good idea,” and “why don’t you do the talking,” and “maybe you should be in charge,” and, best of all, “you know, you’re right about that.” Before long, everyone agreed that it was a good idea to just leave the alpha males in the stasis chambers. They continued to float in the tanks, a smile on their faces, their minds full of heroic thoughts.
The world became clean and peaceful. The alpha males continued to live in their imaginary worlds, first person heroes of fictional stories. Everyone else, meanwhile, lived in the real world, and made it a better place.