When Jim was in high school, he thought everything was for women. In those days boys were taught, "Never hit a woman even if she hits you first", "Hold a door for women", "Let a woman have the seat on the bus." One day the boy's gym burned down, and the girls had to share their facilities. He saw that the girls had private stalls, while the boys had urinals out in the open, the girls had blow dryers for their hair, but the boys didn't, and on and on. The more he saw things through the eyes of emotion, the more he got up upset.
When he finally voiced his anger to someone, he got clarification, and then he was able to switch to a thinking wheel, and his relationships with women and girls improved.
He learned that girls (in that day), had long hair, while boys had short hair, and since it was mandatory for everyone to take a shower, the girls needed to dry their hair after PE. He learned that the girls had stalls because they needed privacy when they were on their period. He learned that sometimes women were pregnant, or had small children to hold, and needed to sit down while on a bus, and that his family wanted him to learn to handle disputes by problem solving rather than by violence.
When he was driving with his "back wheels" (in this case, Feeling), he began to anger and concentrate on why things were "unfair". When he was able to drive his car with the "front wheels" (in this case thinking) he was able to able to be rational and understand the reasons for the differences.