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Do you think in today's modern society men are allowed to be more immature?


Are men being allowed to be more immature than in past generations? Are they being "allowed" to stay immature longer? Do you find that there is a greater expectation on women to be more mature while men are allowed to remain immature? Thoughts, reasons, feelings.... share with us:

 

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    Mom Kat 5 years ago

    YES! accepted or expected, much better word choices, thank you. & I completely agree with your assessment here. Brilliant! Thanks for your answer :)

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    Mom Kat 5 years ago

    I don't agree that women were treated like children, treated like ladies, yes. The women of "old" did a lot for their men & the family. They had responsibilities other than earning money, but they were still responsible.


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    Mom Kat 5 years ago

    it IS mind-boggling, isn't it?! lol... thanks for the response :)

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    Mom Kat 5 years ago

    very well put. so how do we get the media to stop pumping out "it's ok to act like a child even when you have children of your own"? or that responsibility and maturity aren't any fun?

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    Mom Kat 5 years ago

    thank you. I can see what you're saying here. I appreciate you sharing your views with us.