Most Helpful Girl
This is actually a very smart, wise way for a young person to proceed with their life. I don't find it to be a turn off at all so long as he has a financial strategy and an exit plan in tact. It only becomes a turn off when it's clear that he has no definitive plan for his feature beyond comfortably enjoying the fruit of his parent's labor.
Being blessed and fortunate enough to have parents who will allow you to live at home while you establish yourself as an adult is an amazing gift that you should be proud of. Don't be ashamed for one second. For a lot of people at your age, one or both of their parents are either deceased, absent in their lives, or not reliable enough to provide that type of extended support. So don’t feel self-conscious about what some judgmental, overly critical women may think. You are simply taking advantage of a major blessing in your life. But you really need to make sure you set a plan in action that will give you the full benefit of this gift. I would recommend establishing two savings account: one standard savings account and one for emergencies. Make financial goals, practice financial literacy, and plan to leave with $1,000 minimum saved.