These advances in modern technology have changed the way teenagers approach dating relationships, and have left many parents (me included!
I don't expect anything.”There is an idea out there that if you “expect something,” you're asking too much, you aren't cool and you have no chill. Please don't misinterpret what I am saying as anything to do with marriage or commitment.
It is socially acceptable to have all of these quick delivery expectations. Yet, if I meet a man and engage in physical or emotional intimacy with him, I am told I should expect nothing in return.
As a gynecologist, I have talked to countless women about their encounters and relationships, and I have noticed a trend of women setting the bar very low for what may occur.
'We decided to study gender stereotypes over the last 30 years because there have been many changes in women’s status at work, in politics, in sports, and in the home yet it was unclear if people’s perceptions had caught up with these new realities,' lead author Professor Elizabeth Haines told Mail Online.'Changes in the activities and representation of women and men in society have unquestionably occurred since the early 1980s,' said the researchers, a group of psychologists from the William Paterson University.
Beliefs about male gender roles, such as that males should repair and maintain the car have not significantly changed over the last three decades either, the study found.