Do not curse me out. Don't call me sexist, because of my views
So when it comes to relationships I'm old fashioned. I think girls should clean or cook and men should work. I think it's really weird if a man cleans the house and when a girl takes out the garbage. If it happens sometimes, who cares but certain things should be left to particular beliefs. I see girls making their husbands clean and to me it's so dommering. Like if you want someone to clean then date a girl. Also when girls constantly swear then the guy should just date a man if he's attracted to that or dating it.
I see so many females acting like a man. It's disgusting to me. Why are you ordering a man to do something? Why do you want more power than a man and like to wear the pants? My mom and her sister are like this. Her parents are still together. I think. Man should be the more dominate one in a relationship. People assume that means abusive, and in no ways does it. A woman should be feminie and a man should be Muscline. To me it comes naturally. My aunt would always make her husband clean her house and she never would. I know other women like this, also they make their husbands do everything. It actually makes me angry that they want to be the more powerful one. I really don't understand it. If you want to get pampered then go buy shoes or go to the spa. Also a woman can never make the first move.
People always look at me crazy when I tell them my views. Why is this sexist
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Your thoughts on roles in a relationship really forces both male and female partners into boxes, that might not fit their relationship and/or circumstances. A lot of guys resent being thought of a walking wallet, for example, so welcome a wife who can help contribute financially so he's not a slave to his job all the time. He may help around the house so his partner has free time to enjoy activities together and energy for sex. I personally have a really macho boyfriend with a male-dominated career who rides motorcycles, body builds, loves football, etc. But he also likes to cook and like spending time with kids. I don't see him as less of a man because he makes us pancakes and can do his own laundry.
Ordering people around isn't a dynamic that works in a lot of relationships without resentment, no matter which partner is doing it, though. The same goes for not providing companionship, emotional support, domestic help, sexual intimacy, etc. Relationships require give and take on both sides.1