The man was viewed as "sole provider" for the family. The husband's responsibility was to make money to support his children and wife. A man's obligation was to work hard and return back to his house at night to a home-cooked meal with his wife and children.
This girl, thinking she's funny by judging what others do... And the Laci Green's reaction--Green is right. Instead of judging other women, let's stand shoulder to shoulder with one another. No more trashing other women; let's work to better women's lives instead
Khrushchev and Nixon at the US trade fair in Moscow, July 24, 1959. This was the latest debate between the two leaders about the merits of communism versus capitalism, called the "kitchen debate". On Aug. 1, Khrushchev allowed Vice-President Nixon to speak on Soviet national television where he criticized communism and warned against any attempt to spread the ideology beyond the borders of the Soviet Union. Nixon returned to the USSR in May, 1972, this time as President.
This is a media stereotype from who knows how long ago? These types of adds have demonstrated female powerlessness, or their need for a man. It also sends the message that women belong and want to be in the kitchen. A good historical example of male dominance being reinforced through the media.
I believe in the power of women, but I also believe in fair exchange of power. Don't go bashing either sex because of personal insecurities. It's important to build people up, man or woman, because we all know what it feels like to be wrecked.