Making this about gender is a little silly. I'm fairly sure everyone would love to come home to a cooked meal and the laundry done, no matter what gender they are. More important would be how angry the man or woman got if some things weren't done.
I remember newly-married guys in the UK telling their young wives "no woman of mine is going to work, I'm the earner in this household", and I'm sure some women loved that idea and some hated it. The same thing happens in Poland too, where it's male pride that insists the woman doesn't work, rather than chauvinism insisting she stays in the kitchen.
Your second sentence explains the problem in your first sentence. ;)
Of course everyone would like to have everything done for them by the time they come home - the problem is, there are still a lot of Polish men who still believe that this is a woman's job
, irrespective of whether she works or not.
I couldn't care less if the Serbs on here will come out with their "effeminate/emasculated Western men" nonsense (sometimes they say we are effeminate/emasculated, then they call us violent, aggressive scum - so which is it?? lol) - it's not right for men to expect women to do their dirty work for them, especially if the woman works as well. That's not feminisation, it's fairness.
I remember once reading a book on sociology where a husband threw his dinner on the fire because it was served by his wife's sister, not by his wife. Thank heavens those days are almost over - should have been ****ing grateful he was getting fed at all! And if anyone disagrees with me, well you can **** off back to your Bernard Manning DVDs as well. It's not 1950 any more.
No-one, but NO-ONE touches my ironing. And if you try, I'll beat u up, blud ;) lol (jk ;) )
Right, back to marking coursework for me... lmao :)