A Twitter user, Unfriendly Black Hottie 💕 @TheyHateNoelll quoted the video saying, "Men aren't taking classes to please yall. They won't even go to therapy to be better people. But yall paying money to please them? I'll be dammed."
Women or men: Who does more to satisfy the other in relationships?
In a video that has been circulating on Twitter, a group of women is seen taking a sex position gym class. The video has caused a stir over what either gender does for the betterment of a relationship.
The classes are apparently going nationwide in the US where women dress up in gym wear and knee guards, and use a pillow to improve their 'game'.
The comment attracted a host of male reactions telling her to "mind her business". However, you could hear the crickets in silence from the female corner.
Today, it is easy to attribute actions and behaviour to gender roles while neglecting motives. Even before looking at the motives, there are positive benefits that have nothing to do with sex and relationships.
There's no denying that this is a nice way of getting a workout in. Although the theme is sexual, it is still working out, and the motivation is not harmful. A double-win for the woman and her partner.
It is also a nice way to socialise and network. In this case, it can be easier for the women to bond over common values.
So, back to the motives people have for doing things for their partners.
Generalising is a dangerous thing in many cases, especially if it is based on personal experience. However, in some cases, it could be helpful and that makes personal opinion important.
It is true that some relationships can be one-sided, where one person (man or woman) tries to get better for themselves and the partner, while the other stays stagnant. Check out these tips to figure out if you have outgrown your relationship.
Looking from the outside, it can appear like one person is doing so much while the other is given a free ride, but it is not so simple. Relationship dynamics are based on many complex factors the couple might not even know.
Let's not ignore the fact that some people enjoy the gender roles assigned by society or their backgrounds.
In addition, each partner contributes to the relationship in their own way or as agreed between the couple.
It is impossible to evaluate a relationship based on actions from a particular gender or person. It is hard to evaluate a relationship, period. What people choose to do or not to do, or feel like they have to do, is out of anyone's control. At the end of the day, the only person in the relationship can decide if their partner does more or less.
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