Grew up barely seeing my dad since they divorced when I was little (#daddyissues), so my mother was definitely the breadwinner. She did tell me she never wanted to be in that position though; she wanted the more traditional role of being a housewife (which she does have a passion for - in addition to perfect maintenance, she's incredibly talented with interior design and has an impeccable spatial-artistic sense). In terms of personality, she is naturally a very feminine person who knows how to leverage stereotypically masculine traits well to excel at whatever she does, as she's taken on a wide variety of complex roles over her life. As someone mentioned before, doing something well out of necessity or natural talent does not always translate to wanting to be in that role, or indefinitely.
I don't have anything specific in mind, but one thing my friends have consistently pointed out to me (well, good-naturedly mocked me for) is that I apparently go for more "feminine" types? I never saw or thought that; I always just thought they were well-balanced and didn't strongly lean to any unhealthy extremes, which could be misconstrued as any number of things I suppose. And I noticed these people tend to deal better with managerial/daily aspects of life, which I speculate could translate to being more adept with household stuff, but I really can't transcribe those qualities to that and prefer not to consider people in terms of utility. Egalitarian probably, but I don't really know what that type of relationship would actually look like once the people are sharing a household.