I know this may be a touchy subject, but it's something that I think has been so obvious for the last few weeks at the meetings. Let me start by saying that I do understand the "headship" arrangement, and agree that it is biblical.
But it seems that the tendency is to take it WAY too far. Whenever speaking about training children, I've noticed that the boys are told to be trained by their fathers in various types of work, including trades. Girls are told to be trained by their mothers to do the cooking and cleaning. It's rarely, if ever, mentioned that boys could be trained to cook, and girls could be taught how to do various other types of work (such as carpentry, mechanics, etc...)
I'm not sure if this is something anyone else has noticed. But it seems to me to be another example of the WT taking something biblical and going beyond what is written.