Oldernotwiser wrote: »
While you're doing such a ridiculous survey, perhaps you'd also like to do a parallel one with the question,"Does it feel right for a black person to earn more than a white?"
rhubarbpie wrote: »
You are joking!
This poll is borderline offensive.
VfM4meplse wrote: »
Well I'm happy to be non-pc... I have no interest in a man who either earns less than me, or does not have the potential to earn more in the long run. The reason is simple, I don't want to have to return to work after giving birth because it would destabilise our financial position if I didn't. Who wants to have to keep a man full stop, let alone at the pastoral expense of their child?? So men should man up and understand this legitimate concern.
DigForVictory wrote: »
The way the dice landed, we didn't get much of a choice. We've three cracking sons, but they need a lot of parenting, & when the civil service part time term time post was listed for redundancy, the only difference was I became the sole breadwinner. He's the Stay At Home Father (a crock - he's out & about, and doing loads of things for & with the lads) & my sons are happier & better behaved than if I tried to do his job. (Last I had a try, they were under 4 & had me on the ropes within an hour.)
Don't get me wrong - I'd love him to earn more than me, or even as much as me but on his part time terms - but this way our sons are guaranteed a fulltime parent even if there isn't a lot of money or a lot of time with Mum
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