Diane and Chuck are typical of so many young people today. Regardless of all the progress they’ve made due to feminism, Diane feels that men still don’t see how exciting and passionate life can be with women, especially her. And Chuck feels that men are misunderstood, unappreciated and unloved by women today. They both feel their only hope of finding great love is to show the world how much potential they have by becoming huge successes. Unfortunately, they’ve sunk to becoming reporters at a small suburban newspaper. Diane cons her boss into sending her to Cuba, to interview Juanita, the first female president. Fearing he’s about to get trounced, Chuck makes a desperate appeal for stories on the low-rated radio station, affiliated with the newspaper, and inadvertently finds out that Chicago is full of exasperated men, just like him, trying to figure out how to become God’s gifts to today’s feminists. As they battle each other to become number one, the men and women at the Suburbanite takes sides, and in no time, the whole Chicago metropolitan area joins in on the act. As Diane and Chuck start to become national celebrities, their conflict takes on a life of its own. Millions of hardliners of both sexes hijack an election, trying to force the opposite sex into giving them the love they deserve. And when Diane and Chuck finally figure out that they have been in love with each other all along, they must somehow become worthy of the other’s love by stopping the battle of the sexes, which they started, from turning into a full blown war.
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