Does the idea of a nontraditional guy spark your interest over the more conventional when it comes to domestic care and duties?

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Allow me to elaborate, I was raised nontraditional. I started cooking and baking
from scratch when I was around the age of
eight. Inside the kitchen with either one of
my grandmothers or alongside my father.

I'm proud to say I have grandma status in the kitchen. Not forgetting to mention that I've been
self reliant majority of my life. Doing my own laundry, folding, thoroughly cleaning and organizing my home. My task could include
actually braiding my niece's hair, changing
diapers to grocery shopping and overall
childcare. Some women actually prefer the
traditional man that relays on a woman to
be nothing more than a mother substitute,
while I was taught a man should be able to
fend for himself in the home just as much
as out in the business market.
Does the idea of a nontraditional guy spark your interest over the more conventional when it comes to domestic care and duties?
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