And you just never hear (well, maybe you do, but not in my circle of
acquaintences) hear anybody say "Yes, we're getting married next summer;
we'd like to have a family, and James will be staying home with the children
after I go back to my law practice". It seems like at least the PERCEPTION
that it's OK for a man to stay home and make house has yet to take hold.
Actually I work with a lot of female tech writers with house husbands...and I don't mean men who work at home, I mean men who stay home and do household chores and such. By "a lot" I mean I can think of half a dozen without trying. And, no, I haven't seen a problem at all with women being taken seriously here. :)
In fact, my brother is due to be a house husband soon, I believe...
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