You once again miss the big picture. That's why I frequently refer to fishbowl thinking. If you ever adopt the concept of overviewing than the rest will come more naturally to you. You see the tree but not the forest.
Then help me. Tell me something that women have, and men don't. Something serious.
True, there are some women who put their money where their mouth is but they are the minority especially in expensive restaurants. I consider it a good date when I weed out women who talk "equality" but don't back it up with deeds.
That's probably because of all the 'being a gentleman' thing we're raised with. Not saying it's always justified, but don't blame women for that, it's a man thing.
I probably won't, "accidentally" or otherwise. lol
That's what I thought too ;)
No it isn't. It might cost about $9 a month
So that's $108 a year. Women have to pay to avoid pregnancy, when men can just run away and pretend they were not here.
I guess very few men have to give birth and raise a kid alone because the girl didn't give a heck and decided to disappear.
Not saying women are the good ones and men the bad ones, but these things are quite common in our western societies.
Of course you need to swim in a larger fishbowl to comprehend that.
Sorry, forgot my swimsuit ;)
It did make me laugh though
I did that right at least ;)
I've met enough honest women who admit that.
They are the ones who have the pleasure of my company :)
Nice AND brave ;)
It's a man's world and women have to adapt to 'survive'. They have to be 'men' to succeed as men would.
Pregnancy is a big problem when it comes to their career. They have to decide what they want: a good career or a family.
Men don't have such problems. They can have both good careers AND kids.
As to housework, women still spend much more time on it than men. I'm French so I'll talk about what I know (and you'll be happy to hear that).
In France, in 2010, women spend on average 3h52 daily on housework, when men spend 2h24. And it can get worse when there's a child.
About 80% of the housework is done by women.
Women are paid between 10% and 30% less than men, for the very same position and qualifications. And it's usually harder for them to find a job.
They are still much more discriminated than men, at work and anywhere else.
Now if 'she' doesn't want to pay the bill in an expensive restaurant, then take her to McDonald's ;)