That's so mean 😭🥺
I aim to please. Before my generation women raised the children, cooked, cleaned the house and took care of all the things related to that. Men went out to work to bring home the money to provide for the family. But in the 1960s and 70s that deal changed. Women started burning their bras in public, complaining that they wanted to be "equal," trying to prove they were exactly the same as men and demanding that they should be able to have jobs too.Men were so delighted that they couldn't believe their luck! Now women were not only going to do all the things they were doing AND do at least half the man's work too!!! It was too good to be true!(Plus they were burning their bras and going braless?)They *IS* a God!Women's liberation and feminism all the way!
The bra thing is good but the working woman is stupid, I feel like starting a revolution, burn underwear and bring back the housewife 😑
Can I get your number?
😂😂🤣😂 let's start this revolution together !
Count me in! :D(I'll burn my bra with you any time!)
It's underwear this time 😂🤣
All the better! :D
Scroll Down to Read Other Opinions
AHH so it's segregated
Yeah, I found it really strange. There's no men in sight especially in high paid jobs. Or their number is greatly reduced. I found it really odd.
Go female power 👊 😊
I mean most jobs, I've spoken to a lot of my family they seem to notice the same trend.
What kind of employment do these "most" jobs refer too? I'm from the UK too.
Well in hospitals, GPS, restaurants, supermarkets, cinemas, high schools, dentists, photography shops, small businesses, etc etc... I've spoken to family members and friends and they say the same.I only see men in lower paid or manual jobs.
Lower paid and manual jobs were kind of always dominated by men. Small business are quite even I'd say. So are cinemas from my experiences. In supermarkets its mostly male employees where im based. In restaurants, chefs are mostly males. Chicken shops, fuel stations, off licences shops are mainly male dominated. Taxi drivers are mainly male too. I guess they've opted to switch to a career that is more independent rather than being stuck in a higher paid job or a corporate job. The automotive industry is also male dominated.
Cinemas are female. My husband works in one and he was the only male there. We visited other branches same thing there. I find it odd why this has happened?
Whereabout are you from? The cinema i used to go to I always recall either the ticket counter person or the ticket checker at least one of them was a male. In your experience your local cinema is female dominated but its not like males don't work anymore.
The city. I pretty much don't notice men at work in most fields. When it's high paid there's 0 men involved.
Im from the city too. But then again in this day and age, a lot of people are resorting to work at home/online things such as forex trading, vlogs etc. You've mentioned high paid jobs lacking men, however in your previous reply amongst the jobs you've stated, only small business pay out better. I have male friends who are lawyers, work in the automotive industry, a friend who runs a barber shop, another one who owns a restaurant all are male amongst these ones. I'll try to keep my eyes open but highly unlikely the trends have changed in my ends by a noteable margin.
I only met one lawyer that was a male lol 😂 the rest were female, they even had babies crying and dogs in their offices. Maybe you are right they are online, or its just my area.
they could also be engineers or stem
@mich15smith yeah I guess you are right
Women should just stay at home 😶
I quit my job and became a housewife.
Lol, I just thought it was a funny joke
Not really. I find it really weird in my area , city I keep seeing this reoccurring theme.
These are pretty and young ladies or mature women?
None are pretty 😂🤣😂
These are old-ish ladies?
Maybe guys fed up of doing work 😂
Is why I asked