One of the best stories to come out of the weekend press was of a group of female Czech MPs who have posed for a so-called 'racy' 2011 calendar.
Women won more seats than ever before in recent national elections and one of the parties with four female MPs decided to promote itself - and its assets - by selling calendars featuring the four together with other women activists looking gorgeous and sexy.
The calendar, the proceeds of which will go to a children's hospital, has highlighted a dramatic shift in the sexual balance in Prague two decades after the fall of communism with women winning 44 of the 200 seats in parliament in the May elections. On the opening day of the Czech parliament, women MPs caused a sensation by turning up in tight skirts, high heels and sunglasses.
They represent a generation of Czech women who have embraced their femininity and sex appeal while storming the male-dominated bastions of business and politics. Our own politicians could learn a lot from our Czech sisters instead of hiding their femininity in public. I am going to deliver my Women's Knowledge and Wisdom Forums in Prague in the Autumn for HSBC and can't wait to see it all for myself.
Meanwhile, how disgusting has been the news of the way women bishops are being treated by the Church of England and how the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, has tried to compromise to keep all his ridiculous flock of men happy - talk about the dark ages!
See You In The Garden and Lots of Love,