Gender Roles and Expectations

Should people be treated equally in the workplace? Yes, of course.  Regardless of gender, ethnic background, religion, or any other part of one’s “profile”, people should be given equal opportunity.  I would think most modern, educated people would agree with this. Having said that, why do some people say that, yet really hold biases and […]

Gender Roles and Big Money Decisions

by TTMK on April 24, 2012 · 11 comments

Some years ago, I was told a statistic by a real estate agent that caught my attention.  She mentioned that 70% of home purchasing decisions were made by women.  This didn’t mean 70% of the decision making process, but rather 70% of final say. It was interesting to me how gender roles and money could […]

Stay at Home Dad – or “Mr. Mom”?

by TTMK on February 23, 2012 · 12 comments

Have you ever seen the movie “Mr. Mom”? It’s a good look at old-school views of stay at home dads, using what is an outdated term. It’s a movie that’s almost 30 years old, and from what was a different era. In this movie, a guy loses his job and ends up staying home with the kids […]