I have nothing against members of the opposite sex. I live in domestic tranquillity with three of them, work with two dozen more, and pride myself on being a devoted and respectful son to yet another.

So when associate editor Ellen Wojahn recently announced that she thought she had finally figured out why INC. was having such a hard time with its coverage of women, I could have, well, shaken her hand. "Why There Aren't More Women in This Magazine" (page 45) takes a clear-eyed look at why, at a time when women are starting three times as many companies as men, there's been so little notice of the phenomenon in the pages of business magazines or, for that matter, in the business community at large.