Why do so many women rate their value based on the things they find attractive in men and forget about the things that are actually important to men in a mate? I mean sex and physical attraction are important of course, and women still offer those things, but they seem to forget about all the other valuable things women used to offer men in a healthy marriage or relationship, like being a good mother and spouse, cooking and making a house a home.
Why do so many women think that being more like men, and less like women, makes them more valuable to men?
What you are talking about are gender roles- cooking nurturing and all the care work is considered feminine. But do you realise that all such work has no economic value and is unpaid. The new woman, I mean the present generation have seen their mothers and gramdmothers being treated not as equals of men and often subjected to domestic violence
Economic value forms the base for upmanship
So the modern woman is more inclined towards making her career so she could an equal in the relationship. Maybe you'll also understand that career requires compromising a bit of all the care work. So maybe most of the woman are not able to squeeze time for them. Also don't you think it's unfair to expect a woman to deliver best of both ghe worlds? Manage an office and also manage the home. Don't you think men also have an equal role in making the house a home when woman is bringing paychecks to clear the bills. Think about it.