Ha? I don't think there's need to distinguish men's and women's tools. A tool is made the way it is not because of the gender of the wielder, but because that's the design that allows the tool to best fulfill its purpose. If you still want a "women's" tool, go to a large hardware store and buy a smaller and lighter tool (but try to buy quality, not cheap or toy tools). Large shops are more likely to have a broader size range of most tools. Then again, some just can't be smaller. If you buy a "women's" drill, as in a small and light one, it will be no use because it won't be powerful enough to efficiently drill anything.