I am not talking about the extremes but rather in general. (question will probably piss someone off but here goes)
Ok 100 years ago woman where more submissive then dominant , women where respectful, marriage meant a life time comment , if a couple had a problem they worked it out people where happier and family's stayed together, yes woman had less rights back then and that could be a bad for some things but back then men did seek and want to marry woman and protect them. Family's had god with minor interference form the church or government
Now modern times woman have have full rights to what ever most feel they should be the dominant one in a relationship, peoples idea of marriage is not much different then a short term car lease now, if a couple has problems divorce and find another one , kids grow up only knowing one parent, our world now revolves around money instead of family. Now family's have less good and more church and Government dictating there life. Men have adapted to be more of "players" for woman.
So now to the question , as a culture are we foolish enough to think that things are getting better or will the next generation start to learn an change?
- No changes are bad for our cultureVote A
- I'm not sure never really thought about it beforeVote B
- Yes the changes have been a good thingVote C
the one attack post toward another poster was sadly pathetic :(
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I think the changes have benefits but are mostly for the worse. I think women should be able to work if they so choose to and maintain the home (as he should help with obvious things) but she should be submissive and cater to her man however it took me awhile to even get to this point so some women just have to get there on their own. Thank goodness I'm only 22 and have figured it out.
In relationships though couples have to also remember though the child is priority their relationship should come first because if they fall apart everything falls apart4
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