This week, Yecheskel Schneider and Damian Patterson asked BC students the following question: How do you think men's roles in society have changed in the last ten years?
Men are staying home more with their kids and moms are going to work. Men are also coming out of the closet more. But men are still earning more money in the workplace.
Women are still trying to weasel their way into the positions that men hold dear.
I think men have less opportunities now that women have entered so much of the work force and academia. As a result, I think men have more options previously held only by women, such as the "stay-at-home dad."
I don't believe they have changed much at all. Look around...is anything different?
As a wife and mother, I think my husband does a lot more than men used to. He takes care of the baby at night...not as much as I do, but more than most men used to. Oh, and he cooks dinner 4 out of the 7 days of the week. Today, the average man does a lot more than men used to.
Absolutely nothing. Men still dominate in politics, the workforce, academics and you name it. This is still a man's world.
Being more domestic is more accepted now. My father was a workaholic but my husband spends a lot of time with our family...that speaks volumes.