Ok so it's believed that when a female spider finds a husband, they mate and after she gives birth to her children she kills the husband spider and eats him.
Which makes me think..
In the olden days males handled the financial needs of the family and the females took on the domestic duties.. In the now present, females can work along side men.. But what could happen 20 years from now? Females are working and probably won't need a man to support her financially.. But she will need to "mate" but when she has given birth she might not want the guy.. she has her own money etc etc. Marriage might not exist, it just might be agreed upon two people (without the prenups, and the paper to prove it) just like animals they just pick who they want to be with and mate and batta bing batta boom..
Are females more likely to "kill and eat" there partners 20 years from now?
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Unlikely because in some species of spiders the females are the more dominant sex. They are physically larger and stronger than the males. However, our species homo sapiens the male is generally is the more dominant sex. Human male is physically more larger and stronger than females.
Also in the world population the males outnumbers the females. Basically many industries are male dominated, there will be cases of a self sustaining women without a need of a man but generally many more women wouldn't.1