And now for the latest news from the world of staggeringly patronising things.
Yes. That stencilled drawing you're seeing is meant to be a woman - as in, specially wide and long women's parking spaces that are helpfully daubed in pink with female iconography, the latest thing in South Korea.
Thousands of the spaces, which are better-lit and closer to lifts and escalators, are being put in in Seoul.
An official said it was meant to "make things more comfortable" for women and was not a comment on their driving ability.
According to website motoring.com.au, the city's Assistant Mayor for Women and Family Affairs, Cho Eun-hee said: "It is like adding a female touch to a universal design and make things more comfortable for women."
This is not the first time gender segregated parking spaces have been implemented.
In 2012, the German town of Triberg triggered a sexism row when it put in 12 parking spaces reserved for women in a 220-space car park, where the rest were "men only".
Mayor Gallus Strobel said "humourless people" had criticised the move but the response was "overwhelmingly positive," The Guardian reported.