No one. But if I had to go with a state that has voting, I'd want one where you get more votes depending on such factors as military service, general education, property ownership and so on. A father of five who was wounded in war and then went on to get his PhD would then have seven votes or more, a semi-literate prostitute would have only one, at best. (I think you deserve an extra vote for being married, and for raising children, as that increases your stake in how well the state is run, and besides, we don't want to give a faggot like Keynes more votes than we have to, do we?)
Not that it's a good scheme, but it is much better than our current democracy, where said professor and the prostitute both have the same impact during an election.
As for whether women should vote, I see no problem with it if votes are unequal. If they decide to stay home more often instead of pursuing a career, and cannot enter the military (except, at most, in support roles), then you won't have the same problem we have now, or to a lesser degree. A women who owns property and has PhD will probably vote similar to a man in the same circumstances.