In the age of equal pay, many women brag about earning equal or more than men. With that level of pay, should there be equal responsibility in dating? Unfortunately, many women believe paying for a date is a man’s job. Those women claim to be old fashion when it comes to spending their money. However, in other aspects of the relationship, she wantsequal say. She even wants to implicitly have say over dating activities.
With that said, why do people go on dates? Is it to fatten a woman’s belly? Or is it to kill off the boredom of her lifeless activities she does on her own?
In the past, dating was very simple. Men would sit on a woman’s porch and talk to her for hours. There were no restaurants, movies or other exciting activities. There wasn’t even sex. The man and woman invested equal time with one another to ensure they understood where the other was coming from. Once they decided the affinity was strong and goals were similar, marriage became the next topic.
How did we go from simply getting to know one another to expensive dates that allow both people to hide behind activities? When the activities stop, the couple may quickly learn they don’t even like each other. What a backwards approach we are taking these days.
On this show, we are going to examine whether or not dating should be rethought. As it stands, the current dating process has left many people disenchanted with relationships.
Join us for a topic that is guaranteed to be emotionally charged!
Sunday, January 20, from 7:00pm-8:30pm (EST) at Straight Talk with Ted Santos and Blair Nash on Blog Talk Radio.
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