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It can get out of hand when people like to expect things from others because they can't/don't want to do it themselves. If people corrected and disciplined their children, taught them their roles with words AND ACTIONS (lead by example), we wouldn't need this extra hype about expectations and uncertainty.
This thing about fair share / equality / no gender roles (or at least some aspects of it) nowadays (or to the extremes of making everything "even"), if they split it up and it works, certain jobs for the male and certain jobs for the females, why fix something that isn't broken? Everyone has a different role in life yet we have certain general roles and we don't seem to have problems with those responsibilities so why do we have such a huge problem with general male and female roles? Who is able to teach someone better? People who have done it a certain way for several generations or the generations that change it up? I'd say the pattern is a safer option. Now if we stuck to it, we wouldn't care about expectations, we'd care about responsibilties and before we bark up the wrong tree, we'd make sure we pulled our own weight, made sure we've completed our own responsibilities, then only can we talk/correct lazy people.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE