In your marriage, do you want the woman to take the man's last name? & Do you expect the man to be the primary breadwinner?

mistixs
Someone made a question about women not changing their last name during marriage, and I found it laughable that most of the men opposed it.

The man's last name was traditionally given to the woman because the man was the head of the household. Why? Because the man paid the bills. So it was his house, and since she was joining his house, she took his last name.

Nowadays (in addition to doing most of the housework and undergoing the pregnancies etc) women are expected to pay the bills equally, so it's no longer the man's house, so why should she be expected to take his last name?

It seems to me that a lot of modern men want the benefits of being head of household, but not the responsibility.
In your marriage, do you want the woman to take the mans last name? & Do you expect the man to be the primary breadwinner?
I have no idea /OR/ I don't want a (heterosexual) marriage
Vote A
In my marriage, I want the woman to take the man's last name, and for the man to be the primary breadwinner (paying 75% or more of the expenses)
Vote B
I want the woman to take the man's last name. However, the man shouldn't be the primary breadwinner.
Vote C
I want both the man and woman to get a hyphenation. & I want the man to be the primary breadwinner.
Vote D
I want both the man and woman to get a hyphenation. & I don't want the man to be the primary breadwinner.
Vote E
I want the woman to keep her last name, or get a hyphenation. I want the man to be the primary breadwinner.
Vote F
I want the woman to keep her last name, or get a hyphenation. I don't want the man to be the primary breadwinner.
Vote G
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GirlGuy
Updates:
10 mo
Okay I was proven wrong. Most of the men, who want their wives to take their last name, aren't hypocritical & are willing to also take on the responsibilities of being head of household. My apologies for doubting you.
However, to the minority of men who want the benefits of being head of household without the responsibility, my criticism still stands.
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