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Parents and gender roles

View Poll Results: Parents Dynamic - Ideal relationship dynamic

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  • Normative Gender roles - Prefer Gender Roles

    11 18.33%
  • Normative Gender roles - Prefer alternative roles

    24 40.00%
  • Opposite Gender Roles - Prefer Gender Roles

    1 1.67%
  • Opposite Gender Roles - Prefer alternative roles

    2 3.33%
  • Egalitarian/skill based roles - Prefer Gender Roles

    4 6.67%
  • Egalitarian/skill based roles - Prefer alternative roles

    8 13.33%
  • Single Parent - Prefer Gender Roles

    3 5.00%
  • Single Parent - Prefer alternative roles

    3 5.00%
  • Other - Prefer Gender Roles

    1 1.67%
  • Other - Prefer alternative roles

    3 5.00%
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This is a discussion on Parents and gender roles within the Trends Forum forums, part of the Topics of Interest category; My parents are pretty equal, but they follow traditional roles but more in a way “males and females are different ...

  1. #31

    My parents are pretty equal, but they follow traditional roles but more in a way “males and females are different and have different roles” my father protect my mother and she do houseworks and manage money a both have work. They are pretty normative in sense of “girly things” and “boys things” like boys play with cars and girls with dolls, boys doesn’t cry.. stereotypes. My mother is sporty tomboy type a both of my parents assume “boys things” are better then girls interests, and they want me to behave like a boy, trousers are better than skirts.. I’m against this gender stereotypes, I can play with cars and wear skirt at the same time... I’m against gender roles. I see peoples as humans, I don’t judge anyone because they have vagina or penis it’s irelevant for me.
    I have ENFP boyfriend who is very socially intelligent and soft, generous, kind I appreciate his nature.

  2. #32

    In my family, there were normal gender roles. Nothing unusual. "Thank God" for that!

  3. #33

    I was raised by a single mum who was very much just the mum (but she worked two non-manly jobs to keep a roof over our heads). She'd definitely have been the typical mum in the relationship otherwise, though. She and my stepdad (wasn't around while I was growing up) have that sort of relationship now. But I don't know which one I'd prefer in a relationship, I've never been in one so I don't have much to reference. But I suck in the workplace because I have a borky brain and housework makes me want to die. So I guess just whichever the girl would prefer to do. Go with the flow. I voted alternative because I'm open to it but I don't have a preference.


     
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