What I mean by this is that it’s hard for a man to find a woman who enjoys cooking, cleaning, and taking care of her man like our grandmothers did for our grandfathers and our mothers did for our fathers. I come across so many young girls who are disgusted by the thought of being in the kitchen. They feel as if it’s so beneath them to cook, clean, or do any domesticated work around the house. It’s not sexist to want a woman who is capable of doing these things.
Cooking isn’t something that should be looked at as a subservient trait. I believe cooking for someone is an act of kindness. I would cook for you just as I would hope that you’d cook for me. Why does it always have to turn into an issue of women’s rights if I ask for a sandwich from the woman I’m with? If she’s in the kitchen and I’m hungry, then believe that I’ll ask if she would mind making me something. That’s what you do when you love someone. I believe in taking care of those people that I care for. I’d make her a meal as well. What’s the foul in that?
I can’t stand filth. Why is it too much to expect that I have a woman who cleans? I am a full on believer that housework should be shared. A man does the heavy things like yard work, taking out the trash, cleaning the garage, and all of that stuff that is a lot of manual labor. Why is it too much to ask that the woman I’m sharing my home with to keep it clean as well? The new age women tend to irk me. It’s absurd to think that you won’t take the time to keep the home you live in clean. Most of you have life confused in my books. It’s not a term of sex when it comes to cleanliness. I refuse to be with a trifling woman.
I want a woman who can take care of her man. If I’m sick, I want her to be my nurse and o what she can to make me feel better in the morning. I’d do the same for her. If I come home from a long day of work, it’d be nice for her to offer to make me something to eat to make my life easier. You make it seem so bad to alleviate stress from your companions life. What good are you if you can’t be beneficial to someone in all aspects of life? I’d be pretty pissed if I asked for something that you were in close vicinity of and you give me a speech about how I have two legs and I can get it myself. Then it doesn’t become a term of women’s rights, it’s an issue of being a kind person.
Cooking isn’t a woman to man skill, it’s a life skill. I don’t want a woman who can’t feed herself at all. If you’re shelling out money on fast food every chance you get, it shows me that you can’t take care of yourself. That’s my logic. You rely on someone else to prepare your meals and get the things done for you that you should already know how to do. It has nothing to do with being a woman who feels like she doesn’t belong in the kitchen. No one belongs in the kitchen. Stop being so defensive. The thing is, you can’t feed yourself if you don’t go in the kitchen. That’s with anything. Learn to be self sufficient.
Most of you are too young to know what woman’s suffrage means anyway.