Guys, would you prefer your future wife to..

<p>..to be a stay-at-home mom or would you rather her have a job and pull her own weight?</p>

<p>Also, how many kids do you want?</p>

<p>Eh... work. I want 1-2 kids. no more. too many means I have to straight up teach a class on Calculus.</p>

<p>Stay at home mom, as long as we don't need the money. 3 kids.</p>

<p>@MIThopeful, do you plan on home schooling your children?</p>

<p>Meh, depends on my job. Part time, perhaps</p>

<p>No, I planned on sending them through regular school, they need to experience diversity. But they would learn calculus when they are about 8-15</p>

<p>Stay-at-home Mom or Part-time.</p>

<p>^i think that was the original question lol</p>

<p>^ Lol, well I don't want her working full-time is what I meant.</p>

<p>This thread is so heteronormative.</p>

<p>^ Back to the kitchen :p</p>

<p>^Ahahahahah. Oh, sexism. </p>

<p>It would be funnier if it were not longer a problem.</p>

<p>^ o rly? The</a> End of Men - Magazine - The Atlantic</p>

<p>Probably stay at home, but I don't want her to become bored/uninteresting either.</p>

<p>^^Sexism is hardly unidirectional.</p>

<p>However, it has been frequently theorized that a large part of the reason women have become the majority of the US workforce is that they were spared when men were fired on account of their lower average wages.</p>

<p>Whatever makes her happy.</p>

<p>i would want her to be what she wants to be, and since i will not be the one carry the babies for 9 months, how many children will be a question up to her.</p>

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However, it has been frequently theorized that a large part of the reason women have become the majority of the US workforce is that they were spared when men were fired on account of their lower average wages.

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<p>Then you guys should be thankful we don't pay you as much, not complain about it :)</p>

<p>You women do the same amount of work for less. That makes you the more cost efficient sex. Isn't that something to be proud of?</p>

<p>^Also more guys got laid off in the recession because they had construction/manufacturing jobs.</p>

<p>I want to make enough money where she can choose for herself.</p>