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Chivalry & Traditions

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Darryl James

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We often hear that chivalry is dying or dead, and many of us have no idea why. Modern chivalry worked fairly well before the contemporary women’s rights movement when women began to reject traditional roles and behavior, including many of the roles and behavior required for garnering chivalrous behavior from men. For example, the part of chivalry that dictated that men pay for all dates is outdated, stemming from a time when women either didn’t work or worked in jobs that paid very little. With so many women claiming to be outpacing men, dating should not be centered around the unbending rule that men always pay. This show will discuss the roots of chivalry and where it went, including determining if we can get it back, should we get it back and where we can go from here. Co-hosts, Trey Whitaker and Demetria Richardson.

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