2 years ago
eleven minuets afterward*
I'm not sure, but unfortunately that person is right. Well, in a sense. It's an old game - preying on women that have low self esteem. Also, there's a control dimension to it as well, which probably also feeds into self esteem - I think some women feel if they're supporting a man, he is less likely to leave them. But that doesn't bear out in reality. I just read a while ago that women who make more money than men are surprisingly more likely to do a greater share of housework (possibly to bolster his feeling of manhood), but the man is more likely to cheat on her (probably for the same reason).
Since you don't seem to understand what the word relevant means, I don't think you should be calling others fools.