I've read articles and even have seen how stereotypes and positions in the world have shifted. Before the 1960's there was a dominant man and submissive wife. He worked, dictated and was the father figure in the relationship. She bore children, stayed at home and had to request permission to purchase or own her own things. Now the roles have shifted, but men and women are seen much more than the roles in the past. Women have become the breadwinners in the relationship, good jobs, style and a more powerful position. Men, not being just submissive but taking on a more childish role. Men have become less likely to attend or graduate College. Men are becoming less prevalent in modern day board rooms as the older generation retires and women take control. Men are stereotyped into sitting on the couch playing video games. The view of having men to have responsibility is more like a mother and child. The child has very little and the mother takes care of their child.
Has anyone seen this in any form? It would be interesting to see and hear what others thing of the shift and if men are becoming positioned as a toddler in relationships and the world. Just thought it would be interesting to hear thoughts and views.