Thanks wewbwb for bringing this up. I do the laundry and dishes, I am an excellent cook, and I also know my way around a sewing machine. I also hunt, fish, and do all the repair and remodeling on our home. Break the stereotypes!
Everyone does laundry and dishes, and everybody eats - which means most people cook. Most of the top chefs are men, and the resto business is thought of as a "man's world", mainly because it is built off a military model.
In discussions of household chores in marital situations, a thing that consistently eludes people committed to gynocentric narratives (the study of how women are the primary victims of whatever is being talked about), is that prior to marriage, men often live together in roommate situations. Laundry, dishes, cooking, and sundry household chores get still get done.
Now, they might not (speaking generally) get done to the quality standard, frequency, or with the same priority as women (speaking generally) but they still get done. In a pair-bonded household, as long as one person's snapping point is a bit sooner than the others', that person will end up initiating ALL of those tasks.
I agree with the others on this though. While it's compelling to do an autopsy to discover WHY someone doesn't fuck you, it doesn't change much. Not fucking your partner is nearly always a result of not WANTING to fuck your partner. I have a feeling that if the discussion was changed a bit to focus on driving home that point, it might hasten some of these scenarios toward being more authentic.
Last Edit: Dec 5, 2017 14:13:16 GMT -5 by apocrypha