I notice this a lot.
Like I met a guy who is an engineer, (now business person), and his sister is a nurse. I just thought it was a little weird.
Another person I know, his sister is doing some arts program whereas he's a soon to be well off marketing guy.
I don't get why parents keep differences. Wouldn't it be weird if let's say the engineer guy married a beautiful, clever girl of his own status and his sister married a guy who didn't go to school because of hers?
Most Helpful Guy
Because girls just want to have fun. Guys are expected to do the hard shit in life.
And as we see, even with the option, women will overwhelmingly choose easier things and then expect men to make more and have a higher statice.
They bitch about equality but do not rise up to the challenge.0
Most Helpful Girl
My parents didn't really care what we studied or decided to pursue a career in. My brother and I were very good students. Many girls pursue nursing and arts. Are you sure their parents kept those differences? Are you sure it just wasn't their decisions? My parents just told us to live the life we want to live, and live with the future in mind. I'm studying law, and my brother is trying to be an anesthesiologist. We chose it. I never got to "flit by". My parents taught me to never think about my gender.0
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