I hate how us guys have always been expected to be the providers, breadwinners, chief wagers in the relationship/marriage, mainly because it takes very long hard laborous years of hard work in order to become financially successful that is enough in order to make a living, but obviously I'm aware of the fact that the world, life does not owe us a living, and because of the fact that guys are expected to move out of their parents house way more than girls are, girls can live at home at pretty much any age and most guys won't mind, won't care, will still date her, all a girl just needs to have is her own car and a job, just a high school diploma at least, but guys are expected or preferred to be college university educated, have their own place, be self-sufficient, its like throughout history men have always been the givers and the women have been the receivers, are just along for the ride and don't contribute much, hence that's why they expect and want men to take the lead, lead the relationship, be the leader in the relationship, I don't logically see how this gives us men so-called power. But overall, yes it is what it is but I don't like it, women don't really need to be anything with their lives except for just working or having their own car, men need a whole lot more than that, I brought this up because one guy I was speaking to said one of his ex-girlfriends who he was with for 3 and a half years, he had his own place but the girl still lived with her parents, and he asked her what would you think of me if I still lived at home? And she said "we wouldn't be going out"
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I see where you're coming from but thousands or millions of years of evolution is pretty tough to break0