Gee, thanks for the compliment. You're right, it is a good thing I didn't suggest raising the height to 42", that would really make me a total moron, wouldn't it, lol! How kind of you to point that out, and how germane to the discussion. As if I was considering such a stupid idea in the first place. In case you hadn't noticed, the reason Gail Devers hit the final hurdle in Barcelona was because she was too fast to control her speed in between barriers which for her were too closely spaced.
By the way, a few decades ago the IAAF was considering adding the 400 hurdles to the women's program. A bunch of men (with attitudes like your own) went to watch a women's 400 hurdles race in Britain. The race was a pitiful representation of what women were capable of doing, the men said "told you so", and women waited a while longer before the IAAF realized the error in their thinking. As far as your reasoning that women could not handle a 110 metres raced with 36" barriers spaced like the men's race, when and where have you tested the concept? And frankly I would rather give women the chance to try a more challenging event like the one I have proposed, and see what happens, before deciding for them that only 6 ft women could handle it. Do you think maybe the average male high hurdler is a bit taller than the average male sprinter?