so i really REALLY think our (grand) parents were on to something, the more i follow advice that people now refer to as "lame" or "old" or w/e... the better things get especially guy advice
and i really think traditional gender role might sound bad but they really aren't... women were just les defensive and more confident or something (i dont mean dark ages for women... i mean more like women being feminine AND LADY LIKE and guys being rugged and masculine AND GENTLEMEN) like women cooking or cleaning with a bit of help from the guy... that stuff ya know
im sure a lot have seen a post that goes something like " a lady never...(this or that)... well then i guess its time to join the army !" and they are so proud of being anything BUT ladies... why? what's so wrong with being elegant, classy and respectable?
now look at things nowadays, women are acting like pigs, men are treating women like men, and those GAGers pushing the "hit women" thing, men are more decietful and less chivalrous/manly than before,,, like A LOT less (like i said treating girls like guys) ... etc etc
so i know this is practically impossible but wouldn't hurt to ask... i need to ladies, one to be the modern type of girl and another to be an old fashioned lady (you dont have to be a house wife but like act like women back in the days with your husband) and i wanna know the results of each
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I don't know. Whatever floats your boat I guess.
I am an engineer which makes me spend most of my time around guys. And at some point I just became one of the guys... when they start fist bumping you and talking about porn around you, you can only accept the fact that in order to get along you need to act like a guy.
Then I go home and am expected to be a lady who faints at the sight of blood and needs a man to hold the chair for her so she can sit? Nah... My 2 worlds would clash sooner or later. I even have an internal struggle when I want to wear a skirt or apply nailpolish when I am around the guys. That's just too much work...0