Is the social construct of men ALWAYS paying on dates outdated now that women are close to achieving equality in the workplace?
Dating nowadays isn’t only difficult, it can be downright expensive – particularly for men. That’s because although women have achieved nearly the same level of status as men in the workplace, males are still expected to pick up the tab on first and consecutive dates.
According to relationship / love expert Matthew Hussey, the leaps and bounds women’s rights have made in the past few decades have caused the social construct for men to always pay on dates nearly obsolete. He explains this and more in the video below.
Of course, it’s always a wonderful thing when men demonstrate their chivalry by opening the door, offering their jacket when it’s cold, and now and again offering to pay for an evening out, but depending on him financially should no longer be an expectation, says Hussey.
Perhaps you agree, perhaps you disagree. Watch the video below to learn about the relationship expert’s thoughts on the matter:
Is his logic flawed? Or should the social construct shift, now that women are close to achieving equality in the workplace?
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