I have to go to the post office frequently, and so there are always people trying to get through a door with heavy packages or strollers, and I always run to open the door for them. When I rode the bus, I often gave up my seat to elderly or pregnant women. I have helped people to their cars on rainy days with my umbrella if they didn't have one. Never, have I ever felt like I was burdened by these tasks. I just saw them as being a decent human being but some guys feel like the idea of chivalry, basically opening car doors, pulling out chairs, giving a lady ones coat type things are like a burden on them or if you prefer, completely unfair that men should "have to" do these things for women to seem like gentlemen. So what's your take?
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