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Abn0rmalState0fMind Abn0rmalState0fMind 26-30, F 13 Answers Sep 11, 2012 in Community

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in today's age it is sad but most people still see men as the provider for their families. however, i think that it is the same emotional stress for both sexes.

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People are harder men who are unemployed than women are. It's expected for men to work, which isn't necessarilly bad, but when he can't work or can't FIND work, that should be taken into consideration as well.

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We are talking about society here. It depends.



Think about it. A guy that looks like Brad Pitt is out of work compared to a guy that looks like Kevin James.



A woman that looks like Cameron Diaz is out of work compared to a woman that looks like Kevin James.



If you put it on society, yes.

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Actually I feel strongly both ways.

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Without question. Women are still baby makers, and men are still the providers at its basis. Sex and further procreation will be the cultural main stay until cloning distends those posts.

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Yes, most def! Nevermind that the guy has been actively looking and hasn't had any luck.

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Definitely, but I was raised in a very traditional setting

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Not so much anymore, especially if she's single.

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I think so

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