Who should dominate? MAN or WOMAN?

@cheerldr (594)
Philippines
February 5, 2007 11:37pm CST
Should the man or woman dominate the relationship? In a relationship, who makes the final decision? WHo will be the provider? Who will be the "stay at home partner?" and WHY?
6 responses
@merkava (1225)
• Philippines
6 Feb 07
Both are equal but there are certain situations where one dominates the other like say, shopping! Women totally dominate this. When it comes to cars, guys domintate. I guess it all goes with what kinds of interests does each individual have and most of the time those interests are the one they can dominate in.
@nadh1981 (75)
• India
6 Feb 07
Nice, domination has no place in a successful relationship, Your relation is good, you respect each others views and discuss when taking decision, give importance to each other, and equal importance with out any kind of domination is best way to keep a relation happy and healthy.
@cjthedog64 (1553)
• United States
6 Feb 07
Nobody should dominate things unless both parties agree on it. Relationships are partnerships. It's up to the 2 people to decide what roles they choose to play though.
• United States
6 Feb 07
Neither should dominate anything. Who makes the decisions? Both of them. Who works? However wants to. Who stays at home? Whiever one wants to, if either of them want to. Why? Becausr they *want* to and *agree* to.
• United States
6 Feb 07
Neither person should dominate. If someone wants to be a "stay at home partner", then more power to them. It should be a personal choice and not something you do because that's what you're "supposed" to do in a relationship.
@CashNet (17)
• United States
6 Feb 07
No one person should dominate the relationship. It should be a give and take relationship. If you love your partner you want to do what is best for the other. Who wants to stay at home and who wants to work. Final decisions should be made together, no one person should have the final say. If both partners do not agree on what to do then the decision should be put off to until another time when more thought has been done by both.