I see nothing wrong in a traditional marriage with gender roles set out clearly;
I tend to agree to an extent.
It all comes down to the individuals, I also see nothing wrong with being a house husband, provided that both partners are in agreement.
I do see a problem with children being brought up by people who are not their family, in day care centres as parents struggle to work to make ends meet and when they come home cold and tired, they just watch T.V.
I am an independent, emancipated woman, and I see nothing wrong in publishing the results of this survey. I can agree with quite a lot of the statements as well.
I think the feminists in Ireland and the U.K have made this type of thinking unpopular, as if you were a second class citizen.
I also believe Ireland and Britain had a very different 'sexual revolution' compared to communist Poland. As women here during communism were seen as part of the work force and now it is a kind of return to traditional values, family and church.
Whereas in Ireland, they were cooking, cleaning, baby makers, not that that is so bad but it became very unpopular and even rejected on masse.
Does anyone agree or disagree with this?
it should be noted that wives did not have good laws to protect them in Ireland and so this new feminist revolution is equally absurd as the chauvinistic old mentality sometimes. But I do not see it the same here in Poland.
I remember eavesdropping in a coffee shop in Ireland about 10 years ago, the couple beside me were practically shouting, I had no choice hahaha but they were discussing a third party, a woman, and that this woman did not want a career or to travel the world but she wanted to be a house wife and how awful that was.
It struck me that my parents generation would have said the exact opposite but hey times change and I see this as a fashion thing more than anything else.