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At least let her earn some commission. Exemptions from cooking dinner, footrubs, etc.

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#39 - I hope you aren't treating the men in your life the same way you're treating me

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Alright, now before we start prolapsing our rectums, I would like to affirm that my previous comment was a mere... "joke," albeit a very crappy and crude one. Yes, I am aware that itemizing anyone that way is a very immoral and douchey thing to do. Yes, I am aware that #39 has feelings for me. My apologies.

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And I also regret nothing.

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I am sure you call me a pig because you want a sausage. Sorry, I don't eat pork.

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  shyeahh_fml  |  19

In a serious relationship, both parties should cook dinner, offer foot rubs, and simply commit actions that the other party enjoys. If the man wishes to have more sex, then what's wrong with him offering to cook dinner more than half the time or offer foot rubs that can be redeemed at any time, even when he normally wouldn't? 8 simply said the increased sex could exempt the female party from her share of these things if said agreement was made, and I honestly didn't think of it as a "women's role" thing until you all started bitching at him/her. 8's comment was intended as a joke, sure, but I can see it as a serious agreement that could be made in a relationship to make both parties happier. Not every comment needs to be taken as a sexist one, and 8's comment definitely doesn't make him a "pig." Stop jumping on the overreaction bandwagon, because you're the people that make it difficult to have an open and rational discussion by making people afraid to speak.