Traditional gender roles in dating

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That’s because we have what psychologists call , or a sequence of events that we typically expect to occur in social situations.

In most cultures, expectations or norms about male and female dating behaviors (e.g., guy approaches girl) are so entrenched that there are special days or dances where the script is flipped.

This makes me wonder why, as a modern and progressive Millennial woman, do I find so much happiness in traditional and frankly, outdated male-female roles? I have a very extensive and highly-organized Pinterest.

A signal will then indicate that time is up and the men should move along to the next woman.

Relationships have really changed over the last few decades.

In most marriages now, men and women share (ideally) the responsibilities of earning the money, handling the finances, making the decisions and raising the children.

Even though it’s simply nature, it’s borderline taboo to point that out these days-- people take great offense at the idea that nature programmed men and women differently, but this is simply the logistics of gender.

Males and females had different functions, and therefore took on different roles, which were then reinforced by becoming social norms.

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