The kids get into a spat about who's better; boys or girls. An innocent conversation about fairy tale characters turns into a debate on sexual equality. Yaya tries to explain that women and men are different but equal and can't be compared. To find out who "the weaker sex" is, Jonas suggests some experiments sculpting, whistling, playing statue, etc. The final score is a tie. Taking the conversation as far away as possible from the original gender debate, Yaya explains that winning happens when we do what we like to do and/or because of lots of practice, etc. Rousso and Graziella come in and, unaware of Yaya's efforts, end up fuelling the gender discussion again. Yaya gives up. Eventually, Graziella, Rousso and the kids find themselves trying to settle things with a tug of war, which ends up in a tie when Bo, coached by Yaya, gets the rope undone. Sobered up by the general and undignified fall, and by Yaya's lecture, everyone realizes that trying to make one gender better than the other is futile and that the future lies in celebrating each person's specific talents and possibilities.