I recently came back from almost 3 weeks of vacation in Europe. So if you’re carrying 20 grocery bags, don’t expect your man to help you. This is not just something I came up with, I see this every day. Even if you drive to an Italian village, it’s breathtaking. The architecture is stunning, people are beautiful, the nature is unbelievable. I overindulged on pastas and pizzas, whatever, YOLO. I am not sure why emancipation is so welcomed and encouraged in Canada. 1) But, no, in Canada men and women are considered to be equal.
Now, we should be able to secure decent futures for ourselves, with or without male partners: We have Ivy League degrees, speak multiple languages, are savvy and entrepreneurial. benefits-free day care, health care, and tax benefits even for unmarried couples-that makes the possibility of contented I'm always baffled that women here don't demand the same benefits on which we Canadian and European women rely. The calculus of long-term committment is just different when your country guarantees the basic necessities of an advanced civilization.
It’s this role reversal specifically that got us all confused in North America.
Men now clean and take maternity leaves, while women are out there kicking ass. Don’t get me wrong though, even if a woman is a CEO, she must still remember her role as a woman in the house.
There is a secret amongst the Canadian and European women living in the Big Apple.
I know this because I am Canadian and my closest girlfriend is French, and when we resident aliens get together we really tear up this country and how it treats its women.
I sometimes don't blame men here for being lame or commitment-phobic.