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That’s called the mgtow movement.
Nah, it is called getting tired of a privileged group complaining and wanting even more.
But can you actually cook good tho?
No, I serve everyone half a hot pocket and call it a day
Ok but do you know how to use that dick good?
No, I lost it in a gardening accident in 2016.
Dont worry, I know how to use dat tounge. To speak the word of the lord, and to pray for salvation, amen sister.
Nah the only thing your tongue is made for is this pussy
I'm not sure if jesus would approve of me doing that
I mean he can join in to if he wants
I'll ask my local priest
Are you dating women who don’t know how to cook?
If one dates any women at all today, odds are very high they are dating women who don’t know how to cook.
Yet women are still cooking more than men, statistically.
Putting the genders against each other as if one is not good enough or not doing enough for the other.e. g. if there was a "national deep throat day" do you think you would be more inclined? (I doubt it, I wouldn't if I was a woman that's for sure)
Where are you getting that this puts the genders against each other?
In "national MEN make dinner day" what is putting it on gender? Wood through trees.
What’s wrong with men making dinner?
Nothing. Making a day to pressure men into it is what is wrong. It's a day of expectation not appreciation.
There’s no intended pressure. If you don’t want to then don’t.
Then what's the day for?Surely "there is no pressure, if you don't want to cook then don't" is every day other than this one?
“According to the official website for National Men Make Dinner Day, most men cook, but some don't, feeling lost when they are in kitchens. This day is for the latter group of men to attempt to make dinner and is not directed at those men who already do cook. Being that it is a holiday about men cooking, the implication seems to be that women usually do most of the cooking. Sandy Sharkey, then a radio broadcaster in Ottawa, Canada, filed for a Canadian trademark for the holiday in 2001. She created the day so she would get a meal a day from her non-cooking husband once a year.”
So a woman made the day to pressure her husband into cooking for her once a year... I fail to see how that doesn't prove my point entirely.
Maybe he wanted to cook. Maybe he was cooperative with her wishes. You know, like a good husband.
Your view of a good husband is obedience? That's a good child not a good partner.It's not "national I'm not cooking day" where I could order us a pizza or just fast for a day. My partner doesn't have to go to my office and do what I do every day on bank holiday.The men supporting you in these holidays aren't on your side by the way. They are point scoring all of these things to be cashed in later. In some years there will be an AI bot with and artificial womb released and men will turn to their women with a list of all these holidays and events and affirmative action etc and go "pay up or get replaced". People like me are trying to reduce the amount on that list, for your own good, (like telling you don't take out a $300,000 student loan for a hairdressing degree) before it's too much for women to possibly pay back.
Cooperation, not obedience.
I would say corporation could be stocking the kitchen with ingredients or ordering in or many other things. This day takes a specific task and asks men to do it for women, as I said, it isn't "women take a day off from making dinner" a scenario men can use multiple methods to solve. It's "Men make dinner day" a scenario with a solution already decided without room for negotiation (or cooperation as you put it).It doesn't even breed compassion and understanding because it's forced... e. g. demanding I take insulin once a year wouldn't make me any more compassionate or understanding towards those with diabetes (where challenging me to find a way to feed myself without consuming more than a certain amount of sugar probably would).
It’s just a day for women who usually cook to have a break. If you don’t like it, don’t do it.
No a day for women who usually cook to have a break would be "women take a day off from making dinner"... That has the same effect on women without putting pressure and a burden on men.If the day is intended to mean what you say then it is stupidly worded if it means what I suspect it is malicious and vindictive... Neither of which are traits I would want to associate with and I would advise any woman I know not to associate with being seen as either stupid or malicious.
I don’t know. I don’t date guy who don’t cook. It’s easier to just strategize your relationship that way anyway, in my experience.
That takes a lot of very wealthy men (actors, CEO, directors, investors, etc) with staff who cook for them out of your dating pool then. Fair enough though, to each his own. With that being the case though... What would you need a day for? If you only date men who cook regularly then a day reserved for it is surely moot.
I suppose I personally dont. Mine was already prepping dinner before he even knew it was a day.
Then who does need it? The social contract in a relationship is agreed by both parties pretty early on including most house chores.
Rushing into a relationship is just as stupid as trying to change it later.
national women make income for family
Men cooking is gay? That’s weird. I thought it was just something any adult could do.
no i cook too. but all this cultural effort to take the apron off of women and putting it on men is wrong. and any man who respects himself won't take part in it. men already do enough around the house. is there a national fix the lights day or fix the squeaky door day for women?
Actually research has shown that women are still doing the majority of the housework even when women are working the same amount of hours and even when men are not working at all. However in my house that wouldn’t fly. We both work and we both cook and we both fix stuff too.
first i'd like to see that research. but apart from that even when a woman works at a job and does the cooking and cleaning, that's still not all the housework. there are lots of things that guys do that go unnoticed. so how about women do the cooking and cleaning and men do all the fixing and maintaining and shopping? and occasionally they can switch roles. anyway a lot of women do not cook for their husbands/ boyfriends so they don't deserve a man who cooks for them.
www.theatlantic.com/.../Everyone can decide for themselves what they want and what they bring to the table. Some men want to do the cooking and some women do.
i agree people should decide what they do in a relationship which is why i don't like men being told what they should be doing on this particular day. anyway the research you sent me states that men still work more hours on average so it's natural that men spend less hours doing chores. and about those unemployed men who refuse to do chores, you have to closely observe those relationships because i think the problem is in the nature of those relationships and it's not about the female oppression. the author said that men don't spend as much time as women on child care but i'm not sure if she has excluded the number of those women who have sole custody from her calculations. when i read her article i got the impression that women prefer the traditional gender roles in their relationships because why else would they stop looking for jobs after they lose their jobs. it's because women expect men to be the breadwinner so it's on women when men spend their time at their jobs instead of doing housework
I say if women want equality, it’s on them to require their men to step it up in the home instead of just biting their tongue all the time and doing it all anyway. I used to be that girl but the extra workload was making me resentful so I had to say something.
Didn’t see that published anywhere. Maybe just for you.
Neah it's for people like you... who already do it everyday, men don't need a fucking cook day they cook whenever they are hungry
They don’t participate
Ooooh, with that attractive woman on your profile pic and you are still single? shame on them :(
I know right (┳Д┳) ugh. Does no one ever appreciate women know? Does no one have taste? Look at that white fluffy hair. Look at that beautiful glasses... Ugh. Sigh. What has the world become.
That fluffy hair is what got me at the first glance... I would die for itOh , especially if she was smiling
I know right. I usually smiles its just that something caught me of guardddd. Which therefore... The face
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