This meme (or perspective) sparked a vivid conversation between me and my wife! We have pretty opposing views on this notion, well more so what it takes for something like this to even be suggested in the first place. Lynnette feels: “Perhaps if most women felt like they had a “man's” man, they wouldn't need to be his “equal” from the perspective of doing EVERYTHING in the relationship”. Whereas I feel: “#Perhaps if women did a way more efficient job of selecting their respective men they wouldn't feel like they were with such unqualified "men"?!? A woman has to be with a "man" who’s 'MAN' she #Respects .
What are your thoughts on this topic across the board? Do you feel that many women even want to be “a man’s equal”? And does this create some kind of inherent conflict in interest in conventional relationships/marriages? Or to my wife’s point, do you feel: “What most women want is to be treated like a respected and loved HUMAN in a relationship/marriage.” So women’s reactions to not being treated this, has resulted in their actions appearing to be strives for equality.
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