I believe in gender roles. My mom is an educated woman who takes care of my father who is also educated. She made him dinner and served him a beer after a long days work. My mom would do the laundry for us during the week and cook also. She cleaned on the weekends and still made time for us. I don't understand what the issue is. It's in our biology for a woman to be submissive to her man and a man to be dominant to his woman. Why are we trying to take this away? It has worked for thousands of years. If a man was cleaning and doing your laundry and cooking in the household.. let's be honest laides you would resent him and lose respect for him. It would be emasculating. Gender roles are needed in my opinion.
I've also noticed these femnist woman seem to believe that they can completley negate their gender roles but will continue to shame us if we don't fufill ours. How many times have you asked a man to provide hardware services around the house.. or lift a heavy object.. or change the oil in your car. We would be fcking pssys if we said no that is offensive. Yet if we ask a woman do serve a meal they tell us we can do it ourselves.
I've dated a femnist before.. she was an accountant.. thought since she was educated and makes decent money she would call all the shots. She couldn't win me over.. I never budged.. that woman is so depressed and lonely today.. she wonders fcking why. It's honestly astonishing on how some women think they are so self entitled today.
Just a little rant. Any thoughts?
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Most Helpful Girl
I'm in the middle tbh, I love to cook and I love to cook for my partner, family and friends so I have no issue with putting dinner on the table however I don't like to do it 7 days a week, in my relationship I like to encourage equal parts to everything like sharing the cooking, I'll probably do it 5 nights out of 7 since I love it so much and my partner can cook us a meal the other 2 nights, same as cleaning like doing the dishes, one week he does, the other week I do, he enjoys cleaning because he's a little OCD so he tends to want to do the cleaning more, but we take it in turns cleaning the bathroom, bedroom, kitchen, lounge etc. When it comes to anything mechanical and plumbing unfortunately I don't know much about either and my partner is always keen to do it himself and doesn't usually want me to help either lol.
I believe you can share responsibilities and if you don't it can stress the relationship and bitter pathetic fights can arise such as "I am always cleaning up after you I am sick of it, you, this relationship I'm done" or "I'm always fixing stuff around here, always fixing your car for you I'm sick of it next time go to a mechanic I'm done"
I really think in this day and age things can be shared, women aren't slaves to men, and men aren't slaves to women.2
Most Helpful Guy
You are misunderstanding the gender roles. Yes they are there for a reason yes they are based off of biology however there is no dominance and submission but a give and take. In some respects a man is dominant in others the woman. A man relies on the woman for nurturing/maternal care/emotional support as well as reproductive rights and in turn the woman gets the protection and provisions of the male. This is an equatable arrangment for both parties. Women being "submissive" to the man was only in that they acknowledged his role as providor and protector, if they attempted to usurp his authority in these matters it would destroy the balance of the relationship. Men and women are dependent on each other but for different reasons and yes this is not a bad thing. Women are not men men are not women, women cannot do it all otherwise we would not require eachother, we would not be a two gender species but a single one. Obviously there is merit to the system that we have been using since the advent of civillization and with its break down (as can be seen currently) a detriment to the individuals and society as a whole occurs. So yes I am against feminism for this and many many other things, they have never been about equality (otherwise women would be getting fewer privlidges not more) and they have misrepresented the truth (when not out right lying) which is always detrimental to society.1
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