There's still a lot of us out there who have gender-based traditions, mannerisms, opinions and preferences. This is a simple question: do you have any gender-based preferences in a relationship - if not, do you believe it's generally sexist to have them? Or is it simply a choice that is relevant to the person's preference?
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Men and women are generally different in some very important ways. For example, women are clearly better nurturers, although it's not politically correct to say so today (sad). I believe children deserve a mother who devotes a majority of her time to them when they are young, which is impossible if both parents work full time.
Is that sexist? Maybe, but that doesn't mean it's untrue.5