Do you think Modern women expect too much and bring very little when it comes to long term relationships?

The point of the question is to see if women even conceptualize the fact that they indeed should bring something to the table.
Do you think Modern women expect too much and bring very little when it comes to long term relationships?
When this question is met with automatic retort of "that's sexist" bla bla, it just signals that that woman can't even understand that relations should not be just her receiving things.

It's to a point nowadays that the very question if a man can benefit from a relationship is met with puzzlement. Women think "We're supposed to bring something too?" For them marriage is like the wedding, it's all about the woman and what she wants, and he'd better not disappoint and of course foot the bill.
Do you think Modern women expect too much and bring very little when it comes to long term relationships?
The "beside pussy" is just there because that's usually the only thing they can think of. They'll usually add companionship, by which they mean he's gonna be happy to listen to me, which is what it means for most women.

And then they're gonna list a whole string of actions that they'd have to do anyway if they were alone (cooking, cleaning, etc.) as if they will do this only for their man and thus he's the only beneficiary.
Do you think Modern women expect too much and bring very little when it comes to long term relationships?
So indeed, that question is mainly a revealer of the mentality of the modern women, which reflects society at large: men should provide and shut up. And questioning whether they get something out of it is sexism.
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  • No, this whole post is seriously generalising and is obviously written by someone of the belief that all women want is money, etc.


    Most women just want a partner who is respectful, loving and caring.


    A relationship is between two people - both people have to put in effort and work together that is what it is. I don’t get this whole ‘men bring money and stability’ and ‘women should bring something to the table like cleaning and cooking and being pretty’ !!! complaint, because most of the time both people earn money and both will cook and clean. It makes it sound like a relationship is a transaction rather than a partnership that is built on love 🤨

    • The heart and compatibility is what matters.

    • @boredguy007 Yes exactly, it’s not some set up transaction it’s a relationship

    • Ikr. Would you mind having a convo?

  • I can deepthroat up to 10 inches

    That should be more than enough

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  • The question of what modern women bring to the table in a marriage or relationship is one we hear asked a lot these days. Most offer less value to men than their counterparts did decades ago. Of that there is no question. They don't seem to understand that the things that make them valuable to men are not the same things that make men valuable to them.

    They do still offer sex though, which men will always want. But today men don't need to be married or committed to get sex. None of this is good for the future of marriage and committed relationships, which is bad for children, which is bad for western society.

  • "modern"... not sure what that is.

    My wife brings a lot to the table: values, family orientation, common sense, work ethic and success financially, creative ideas, patience, kindness, kids, she's been very considerate of what was best for my health.

    her sisters do as well and one is in her 30's. I see other women bringing a lot to the table, the ones I know of are 40+.

    I think this is an issue of the training of the person. I don't see these women asking too much and they give plenty. I wonder in what world a person sees the opposite.

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  • For the most part no I do feel a culture of many men willing to put up with anything to get pum pum has shown many women that they don't need to try super hard because if this guy don't give me what I want another will equally tho there are still plenty of women that have braincells and accept that they clearly require to bring somthing to the table when it comes to relationships that more then their body unless that's the core of that relationship

  • I think they seem to want what they always have and yet domestic skills and a general sense of respect for men in their lives is on the decline.

    Part of it is a legal framework hostile to men, the other part of it is the current dual income household norm. Drives wages down, makes it harder to raise kids increases the cost of everything. In that situation you've got to be an exceptional earner just to have what used to be a normal life as a guy.