In general I think the idea that a man should be a gentleman is sexist. The idea of being a gentleman was established a long time ago when sexism was at a hierarchy and women weren't really viewed as equals.
Today's society expects men to do all the driving, open the door for his girl, plan romantic dates, get her flowers and chocolates, give insane high school promposals, and even the idea that a man has to do the proposing is sexist. Why can't a women decide she wants to be courageous and ask a man to marry her? Can she not handle rejection or something?
In general I would love it if a girl bought me flowers or took me out on a date. I'm all for equal rights but I believe we need to stop the stereotype that men need to be in charge of everything in relationships. Nothing would be better to me then if I could find myself a nice young gentlewomen.Men in general need to treat women well in an relationship but sometimes with all this stuff I just feel like you expect to much from us.
Can you please give us a bit of a break? Were not perfect!