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I dont think it is. Modern guys who can afford to own a nice home, nice cars, holidays abroad 2-3 times a year etc no longer want a stay at home housewife who will get bored and screw the gardener or pool guy while the kids are at school and he is at work and then decide that she no longer loves him, the relationship has lost its spark that they should get a divorce, that she should keep their house that he's still paying a mortgage on for the sake of the kids, that she should get alimony, that as its a joint savings account that she has the right to completely empty it, that she should get child support unti their youngest kid is 18, along with half his property investments and savings. She wants full custody and the courts to be on her side so she fakes a domestic abuse incident by precalling the police before assaulting him that way when the police arrive they take him away to jail and when he gets out he's served with a restraining order and divorce papers.No these guys are smarter in 2019 and expect a woman to offer more than a warm meal at the end of the day and what's between her legs.
If that’s it, if her goals end at being a home maker and a good mom, yes that’s a turn off. I want to find a partner who will grow and achieve goals with me and as part of the relationship. Yes raising a family is just one of my goals, but I am driven to achieve so much more in life. I want to motivate, support, and celebrate her to achieve goals and passions. But if she becomes a mom and does nothing else with her life, that’s going to become boring really fast and I am left not being able to help her grow.She doesn’t need to want to be a ceo or have a successful business career. But have some dreams and work towards them.
It's a turn off for me, that was never the life I wanted. If you are planning to be a stay-at-home mother, be sure to choose a husband carefully. Take your time, meet a bunch of guys before you settle. You are 20, give yourself about five years. Later marriages tend to work better. You don't want to be an uneducated single mother with no work experience.
No no I don't want to be like that. It was just totally an impersonal question,
It is not remotely a turn off to me. Career women are more like roommates you see in passing. It's always a pain in the ass to plan time off together too. Not to mention them always taking effing work calls while at dinner and other various times. Just not worth the hassle unless the guy is the the house husband of just works part time or whatever. Two careers is a pain in the ass... especially when they tether themselves to their damn phone. Tried it. Won't do it again. Not to mention I am not a fan of every conversation (or bitching) surrounding around their work. Speaking of which, teachers are the biggest offenders when it comes to talking to ad nausuem about work.
It depends what you mean by “not that ambitious”.If she wants a nanny to take care of the kids while she spends the day at the country club and I can work my ass off to provide all that, that would be an extreme turn-off.If she just isn’t a corporate go-getter, wants to be a homemaker and a full-time mother, and the home is always clean and orderly, the kids are happy, homework’s done, the evening meal’s main course is ready for the grill, and a cocktail is on offer… that would be great. Idyllic, actually.
The same guys that push women to be active are the first ones that will complaint that they have to be home-stay dads and do all the chores the woman normally does.There is no shame whatsoever to be a mom like most of us have or had one.As a matter of fact, I have more respect for a mom in the traditional sense of the word rather than one that brings her kids to the day care center in the morning and picks them up in the evening.Where is quality time with your children here?
That would be perfectly fine for me since I also want to have a family. I do think it’s healthy for someone to have some hobbies or activities that they enjoy or passionate about though, so if my woman didn’t have anything of that nature, then I would be somewhat troubled by that depending on specifics of course.
I don’t care if a women has a high paying position or is ambitiously trying to climb the corporate ladder (generally a bad trait anyway). I do think she should have a career of some sort though and contribute financially to the family. I wouldn’t be involved with someone that wanted to be a house wife. Family is important. White picket fences are stupid.
That is a turn off. Not because of the girl, but because of the financial situation in Europe. It's hard to provide for a family alone. There are not many jobs that give enough money for that. I am an civil engineer and I don't have enough to pay for more than 2 persons. If I want kids I need my partner to work as well.
It's a turn-off for me. I'm not even at a place in my life to where I can or want to take care of a child. I'm still a child myself. I want my life to be adventurous and unpredictable. And starting a family rn is just not the path I wanna take.
I agree with everything except the child part. You're not a child, you're an adult. But, a very new one who's still figuring things out.
@HenryThePooper - Of course I'm not talking about being a child in the literal sense. When someone over 18 says they're a child, they are likely just comparing themselves with their future potential. Well, at least that's the case with me.
My mom did that for 60+years Nothing wrong with that, it entails a lot. You have to raise children meaning you have to be hands on involved in their lives.Your being a wife to your husband If it where me i would want my girl to be happy at home or doing a job not a career type job but a job where she could still do these things, no day care is raising my kids
A turn off. Not at all. Infact alsong a she's naturally clever it might be a turn on. Smart people learn by themselves. My grandmother had six kids and never worked but she knows miles more from all of the reading she's dine than any Thot with a gender studies degree
They are all different. Some of them want stars from the sky, the others want just 300 sq feet. My type is those who want more than they've got. Every day. If she isn't asking anything, isn't posting new goals for you, it's boring.
There are men who want a stay-at-home wife.There are men who want a partner who is ambitious and driven in their career. You just have to find a man whose expectations align with your own.
It’s up to you. However, remember that it makes you financially dependent on your partner. If it doesn’t work out and you need to leave it will be very hard.
I want a traditional family, as I was raised in that and it has worked out. But that doesn't always work out for some women. You need to work on your career incase you dont find the right guy, or you just get a bad relationship or two. You can give up the job once you feel secure, but you can't float until you meet Mr. Right. That's a gamble and I'm not willing to partake in that.
Focusing on that aspect in particular, it's a turn-on for me. I think family is very important, and I would like to marry a woman who wants to be a stay-at-home mom
If that is what you want you're better off with men that want the same not worry about those of us want something different than you do.
That's not what I want... this question is impersonal.
In that case, personally while I like the idea of having a family of my own, I dont want that to be the tldr for my accomplishments in life and would prefer to be with a woman that felt the same way over one that was satisfied with a simple life on its own.
What the vast majority want. Just be clear about what you want and your intentions. Find somebody like-minded and plan it together. This is entirely what dating is for in the first place.
It will be a pass from me. Just like stay at home dads. These are not the genes I wish my offspring to have. https://youtu.be/Hitc8haEu_g
I don't desire a stay at home mom 24/7. Lazy home all day women simply aren't attractive to me. Everyone must work in society and contribute something productive. She can at least volunteer at a YMCA for a few hours a day.
Raising the next generation of leaders IS doing something productive, and it's not lazy.
This could actually be a turn on for those who want a stay at home wife and Mom👍😇
It is a big turn off for me personally, yes.I want a -partner-, not a sugar baby couch warmer.
A simple life: I'd like that too. A family: not really, I'm an introvert.Little to no ambition: I don't think I'd like that. I would like my partner to take intelligent risks.
No, it's quite refreshing. The fairy tale of a huge mansion, massive corporate suites, and unobtainable material possessions is for 5 year olds. Adults should be more pragmatic in their goals in life.
Guys always choose the hard way when it comes to dating a girl like that. lol
What do you mean, what’s an example of the hard way?
@ecfresh like most guys usually choose career women that has high standards and will fight for her future and education. Most of them usually run away from simple girls. lol
Ty now I understand. But as you know everyone is an individual and certain guys will want a business girl while others will reject her. What is attractive is energy and passion, so if a business woman is fighting for her future and overcoming education barriers and a simple girl is not challenging herself or is lazy then you are right. However even ‘simple girls’ usually have hobbies and passions and can be very attractive as partners if they work hard and are willing to give effort to the relationship.
@ecfresh in my opinion career women or house wives are the same but they're different in some things. Some guys prefer house wives to control them and some prefer career women to benefit him in different ways.
Honestly not sure how many guys would sign up for a marriage where their wife is a house maker that controls him. That’s gotta be the minority of men.
No. If she does want it it is cool. But if she wants me to buy her all she can imagine even when we are out of money for this month wouldn't be cool
Huge turn on. I only date girls like this and they are so
Hard to find.
It all depends on if you're financially stable with/without a guy. It's also what YOU want.
No, but if she just wants to stay in one place and have a boring standard life, that would conflict with my plans and make things difficult
You mean a traditional woman?Thats what most men wantI dont care tbh
It's not what most men I've known want.
If she doesn't work, she MUST DO HOUSEWORK.She will also most likely need to marry a rich guy, which is kind of shallow, in my opinion
It doesn't really matter to me what women want. I just want temporary access to the pussy
It's something I really prefer
Not a turn off for me
Yes cause I don’t want kids
No, that is fine.
It would be nice n cute
Not a fan
It's not a turn off.
Fine by me
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